Commission continues fracking regs work
AOGCC takes more testimony on revised fracking regulations; industry says too much, cites security issues; critics say too little
Too far and not far enough is what the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission heard at a Sept. 23 hearing in Anchorage on the agency’s revision of its proposed regulations for hydraulic fracturing.
The commission proposed changes and took public comment in April; it published a revision of the....
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