Point Thomson settlement offered
Eastern North Slope unit’s working interest owners offer milestones for work in 23rd plan of development; agree to termination if not met, but with conditions
The major Point Thomson unit owners — ExxonMobil, BP, Chevron and ConocoPhillips — have proposed a settlement in their dispute with the State of Alaska over the development of the unit.
The basis of the March 21 settlement proposal is the 23rd plan of development for the eastern North Slope unit th....
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Questions on commitment
Milestones to production
Subject to adjustment
Tangled with fiscal contract
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