Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Shell-Bridge-Blockade-in-Portland-27MZIFJ6SKE8N.htmlConceptually similarShell Bridge Blockade in PortlandGP0STP8V1Completed★★★★Shell Bridge Blockade in PortlandGP0STP8V4Completed★★★★Shell Bridge Blockade in PortlandGP0STP8V2Completed★★★★Shell Bridge Blockade in PortlandGP0STP8V3Completed★★★★Shell Bridge Blockade in PortlandGP0STP8V5Completed★★★★Shell Bridge Blockade in PortlandGP0STP8WPCompleted★★★★Shell Bridge Blockade PortlandGP0STP8XBCompleted★★★★Shell Bridge Blockade PortlandGP0STP8XDCompleted★★★★★★Shell Bridge Blockade PortlandGP0STP8XGCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP0STP8V0Shell Bridge Blockade in PortlandThe Shell leased icebreaker MSV Fennica in dry dock on Swan Island in Portland as activists climbed under the St. Johns Bridge in an attempt to prevent the ship from passing underneath the bridge on its way to meet Shell’s drilling fleet. The climbers have enough supplies to last for several days. According to the latest federal permit, the Fennica must be at Shell’s drill site before Shell can reapply for federal approval to drill deep enough for oil in the Chukchi Sea. It came to Portland to have a hole in its hull repaired.Locations:North America-Oregon-Portland (Oregon)-United States of AmericaDate:29 Jul, 2015Credit:© Craig Mitchelldyer / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4988px X 3840pxKeywords:Aerial view-Climate (campaign title)-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Oil (Industry)-Oil exploration-Outdoors-Save the Arctic (campaign title)-Shell (commercial business)-Ships-Summer-Sunny-Water-Wharfs (Docks)Shoot:Shell Bridge Blockade in PortlandActivist climbers hang under the St. John's Bridge over the Willamette River to block the Shell leased icebreaker MSV Fennica. The vessel tore a hole in its hull en-route to the Chukchi Sea in the Alaskan Arctic and was brought to Portland for repair.