Shell Welcomes Nova Scotia Energy Minister Aboard Drillship
Feb. 18, 2016
Read a first-hand account of his tour
Helicopter at Rig
In October, 2015, Shell began drilling the first of two deep-water wells in the Shelburne Basin, about 250 kilometres offshore Nova Scotia. In January, 2016, Nova Scotia Energy Minister, Michel Samson, visited the IceMAX drillship. Read the Minister’s first-hand account of his tour.
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The first offshore natural gas project in Atlantic Canada to deliver gas to the Maritimes and to the northeastern United States.