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Shell trains oil spill responders in Alaska

Against the backdrop of Alaska’s snow-topped Chugach Mountains and in the same waters that were spoiled by the Exxon Valdez oil spill more than two decades ago, Shell is training recruits in skills it hopes they never have to use. The company is putting scores of people through oil spill response training in the Valdez port, ahead of expected drilling in Arctic waters north of Alaska this summer.

Workers aboard the Nanuq unroll inflatable boom and fill it before casting it off into Valdez waters during oil spill response training for Shell. (Jennifer A. Dlouhy / The Houston Chronicle) / HC

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