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Greenpeace Arctic Investigations. Intel, news & insight on the (oil) dynamics in/around the melting Arctic. Got info? Mail at aow@greenpeace.org or DM us.
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The Barents Observer Sep 26
Russia shows off new missile shooting in high Arctic
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Equinor Sep 19
🤝 has been awarded a contract for drilling two exploration wells for Equinor in the Barents Sea by use of the West Hercules. We're now looking forward to continuing our cooperation with this rig.
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Zack Labe Sep 19
The fall refreeze is becoming more widespread across the . Late season sea ice losses in the Chukchi and East Siberian Seas have extended the melt season through this week. I will post the total minimum extent numbers within the next few days.
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Radio Canada - RCI Sep 17
Canada to file Arctic continental shelf submission in 2019: Global Affairs Canada
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The Independent Sep 18
Container ship crosses Arctic sea route for first time in history due to global warming
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Mark Brandon Sep 18
Replying to @icey_mark
sea ice extent in the 17 Sept 2018 on left, on right difference from 1989-93 mean on same day. Reds are less sea ice. Very low in Northern Kara Sea and Chukchi Sea
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New Scientist Sep 18
Acid is dribbling out of the melting permafrost in the Arctic
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GP Arctic Watch Sep 18
The dirty reality of seismic surveys in Russia; Lukoil-Komi violated another promise given to local residents
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NERC Sep 14
Extreme weather in Europe linked to less sea ice and warming in the Barents Sea
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The Barents Observer Sep 13
Still no deal on cross-border oil
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CGG Sep 13
Cutting edge TopSeis seismic technology and unique work methods are bringing closer to new discoveries in the southern Barents Sea.
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Rick Thoman Sep 12
Sea ice extent from in the Chukchi & Beaufort Seas near Alaska has been very slowly falling this month. The date of annual min extent is approaching but forecast wx pattern supports continued ice loss for another week at least.
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Norway Ice Service Aug 22
This is the lowest area for this day of the year in our records dating back to 1967.
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Norway Ice Service Aug 22
The area from the ice chart for 22nd Aug 2018 is 123,065 sq km. This is 105,139 sq km below the 1981-2010 average.
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Financial Times Aug 21
Maersk is about to launch the first container ship on an Arctic route over the top of Russia – a move to find an alternative to the Suez Canal.
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Andrew Derocher Aug 21
Svalbard may be one of the early populations to disappear. Bears there are part of the Barents Sea population & this area is losing sea ice at a phenomenal rate. I studied the bears there in 1996-2002: a lot of my former study area is no longer polar bear habitat.
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Nordic News Aug 21
Russia is preparing to search for a nuclear-powered missile that was lost at Barents Sea months ago
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GP Arctic Watch Aug 21
Replying to @ptilnorge
how many more shortcomings and safety issues will allow at the Goliat floating production unit in the Barents Sea?
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GP Arctic Watch Aug 21
Replying to @GParctic
"In addition, improvement points were observed concerning the use of lifting equipment, scaffolding, fire team radio communication, alternative mustering station for response teams and changes to emergency preparedness functions in the offshore period."
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