Risk assessment public comments sought
DEC plans meetings on methodology assessing Alaska’s oil and gas infrastructure; National Academy of Sciences to hold workshops
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation is asking for public comments on the approach developed to assess the health of the state’s oil and gas infrastructure. Public meetings are planned for Anchorage, Fairbanks, Kenai, Barrow and Valdez prior to the close of public comments June 2.
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Risks identified, ranked
DEC has the lead
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