Regulatory board says censorship a ‘mistake’
Newfoundland regulator concedes it blundered in limiting information made public on emergency response plan for deepwater well
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The public may never have felt more certain about its right to know the details of blowout response plans by offshore explorers.
Amid the fallout from the Gulf of Mexico catastrophe, it would seem, at the least, to be unwise for a regulatory body to black some details of Chevron Canada’s plan to han....
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