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The incredible journey of Flex the Whale
A young whale’s remarkable migration across vast ocean distances has led scientists to a new understanding of the world’s grey whales.
Developing skills, broadening horizons
Discover how one Shell employee joined an eye-opening experience in the Brazilian rainforest as volunteer on an environmental research project.
A close encounter in the Caribbean
Rare sightings of calf sperm whales add to scientific knowledge about life off the coast of Colombia.
Good neighbours in narrow straits
Safely replacing a 6,000-tonne section of oil pipeline in the Port of Singapore needed precision planning and in-depth consultation to limit disruption to people nearby, including two fish farm owners, whose sea bass swim in the Singapore Strait.
From the oyster bar to the sand bar
Restaurants recycle oyster shells to help restore reefs and coastal wetlands in Louisiana.
How underwater robots shine a light on sharks
See how ocean scientists are using energy industry technology to reveal life in deep water.