BP Alaska forced to shut-in Raven wells
Small field on North Slope caught up in protracted land dispute with Native family; company says production impact is ‘minor’
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BP plans to shut-in wells tapping the small Raven oil pool on the North Slope due to a continuing lease dispute with an Alaska Native family.
The action comes after the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs, which oversees Native land holdings, told BP in a Dec. 29 letter it had to cease production from....
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