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Coast Guard launches probe into Alaska oil rig

  The United States Coast Guard promises a full investigation into the beaching of a Shell oil drilling rig in rough Alaskan waters. KTUU’s Blake Essig reports.

Oil rig remains adrift off Alaska but not leaking

  An oil drilling rig stranded off the Alaskan coast has taken on water following rough weather conditions, but still isn't leaking yet. KTUU’s Mallory Peebles reports.

Maersk plans to move away from shipping: FT

(Reuters) - Danish oil and shipping group A.P. Moller-Maersk <MAERSKb.CO> will not invest significantly in its shipping business over the next five years and will focus on its oil, drilling rigs and ports, the Financial Times reported on Monday. Full story

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