Chevron shuts-in Cook Inlet platform
Action comes after federal regulators deny special permit for continued use of corroded riser; company aims to resume production
For Petroleum News
Chevron has shut-in oil production on one of its offshore platforms in Alaska’s Cook Inlet after federal regulators rejected the company’s request for a repair waiver on a corroded pipeline riser.
The Anna platform, southwest of the village of Tyonek, produced an average of 858 barrels of oil per da....
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