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Shell hires drill ship for 2015 exploration off Nova Scotia

Screen Shot 2014-02-10 at 16.29.29Extract from a Herald Business article by Joann Alberstat published 26 May 2014

Shell Canada has a deepwater drill ship lined up to use off the coast of Nova Scotia next year as part of its $1-billion exploratory program. The 228-metre vessel, owned by Stena Drilling of Aberdeen, Scotland, is now drilling for Shell in the Gulf of Mexico. Shell plans to drill up to seven exploratory wells in an area 250 kilometres off southwestern Nova Scotia, starting next spring.

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