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+ Company Name
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+ Address
+ Phone

+ Company name
+ Company logo
+ Address
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+ Phone, email
+ Web address
+ Company description (up to 60 words)
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Shell requests lease extensions in the Arctic
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Vessel operators and foreign corrupt practices
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