The Obama administration has approved some permits for drilling, but the new report suggests a failure to account for risks unique to icy offshore conditions.WASHINGTON — Days after the Obama administration approved Royal Dutch Shell's oil spill response plan for drilling in Arctic waters off the Alaska coast, an independent federal report said that Shell's plan fails to take into account the risks unique to oil production in harsh, icy offshore conditions.
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