Update on the Burger J exploration well. Shell found indications of oil and gas, but not sufficient to warrant further exploration in the Burger prospect.
Shell in Alaska
The oil and natural gas locked beneath the seas in offshore Alaska has the potential to help meet increased global energy demand into the future. Developing the Arctic could be essential to securing energy supplies, but it will require balancing economic, environmental and social challenges. Shell is committed to operating in an environmentally responsible manner and engaging our local and international stakeholders.
Latest News From Alaska
Shell Alaska’s 2015 Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program (ANSEP) Summer Bridge students share what they learned during their 10 weeks at Shell.
Shell Alaska HSSE technician Charlie Solito loves marathons, colorful bow ties and keeping people safe.
Since 2006, Protected Species Observers (PSOs) on Shell Alaska’s vessels have been on watch for 815,724 miles – that’s the equivalent of nearly 33 trips around the globe.
Inside Shell in Alaska
Alaska’s Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) has significant untapped potential and will play an increasingly important role in meeting the energy challenge in the future.
Shell Alaska understands communication is the key to our partnership with North Slope residents and communities.
Follow our fleet this season as we embark on 2015 exploratory drilling at the Burger Prospect in the Chukchi Sea off the northwest coast of Alaska.
Shell Alaska has invested more than $100 million on science since 2006.
The Arctic’s remoteness and harsh conditions require a range of advanced technologies to develop resources safely.
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Shell is a top deep-water oil and gas producer in the Gulf of Mexico. Our focus is always on safe, responsible and innovative deep water operations.
Advanced technology to help build up a picture of the oil and gas reservoirs underground.