Cook Inlet discharge permits proposed
DEC and EPA permits would cover state, federal waters; drillers would be allowed to dump pollutants such as drilling fluids, cuttings
For Petroleum News
Government regulators are proposing to issue five-year “general permits” to oil and gas explorers to discharge certain pollutants into Alaska’s Cook Inlet.
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation is proposing to issue a permit for state waters, while the U.S. Environmental Protection Age....
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