DNR pulls plug on Arctic Fortitude
Says that company could have avoided work delays if the company had moved earlier in making arrangements for tundra travel
The Alaska Department of Natural Resources has pulled the plug on Alaskan Crude’s request to extend the timeframe for the company’s work program in the Arctic Fortitude unit, on the south side of the Prudhoe Bay unit on Alaska’s North Slope. The company’s tardiness in arranging the transportation of....
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