The Royal Dutch/Shell Group of organizations possesses a petroleum stage, the Brent Spar, in the North Sea. The Brent Spar is an oil storeroom and tanker stacking float. It arrived at the end of its valuable life and was taken down and out in September 1991. After a careful investigation of the ecological effect of different transfer choices, Shell reasoned that profound water transfer was the most secure methodology. The German arm of Greenpeace mounted a forceful open battle against this activity, influencing general supposition to the point where Shell changed its transfer arranges and settled on ashore disassembling.
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