Gasoline prices are shown at a gas station in Del Mar, in this file photo taken March 9, 2011. Royal Dutch Shell Plc reported a big jump in second-quarter net profits helped by new projects which the company said would drive production growth in coming years. Shell said second-quarter current cost of supply net income rose 77 percent to $8.00 billion, driven by higher oil prices and helped by non-cash accounting gains and asset sales. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS) (MIKE BLAKE/REUTERS)

With Shell under scrutiny following news that one of its drilling ships in Alaska’s Dutch Harbor lost its mooring earlier this week, an old campaign spoofing the oil company has been reborn.

The campaign skewers Shell’s “Let’s Go” ad campaign by adding captions such as “Birds are...

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