Confronted have the need of an offshore oil storage installation, the Royal Dutch Shell Group, which it believes developed is a simple and useful plan: the oil rig deep in the ocean, 150 miles off the northwest coast of Scotland dump. This avoids a number of problems, including potential risks to the environment, transport and otherwise disposing of part of it. The British government agrees but the unprecedented plan sparks outrage among environmental Grou … Read more »

Confronted have the need of an offshore oil storage installation, the Royal Dutch Shell Group, which it believes developed is a simple and useful plan: the oil rig deep in the ocean, 150 miles off the northwest coast of Scotland dump. This avoids a number of problems, including potential risks to the environment, transport and otherwise disposing of part of it. The British government agrees but the unprecedented plan sparks outrage among environmental groups. HKS case number 1369.0
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Samuel Passow,
Roger Porter
19 pages.
Release Date: 1 January 1997. Prod #: HKS285-PDF-ENG
Sunk Costs: The Plan to the Brent Spar case HBR solution dump

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