Inlet platforms may be idle for months
Redoubt volcano remains potentially explosive; Drift River won’t be restarted soon; Chevron looks for other ways to move oil
Anchorage Daily News
With Redoubt volcano still active and potentially explosive, officials have given up trying to restart the nearby Drift River oil terminal anytime soon, indefinitely idling about 10 oil platforms in Cook Inlet.
“It will take as long as Mother Nature decides,” said a Coast Guard spokeswoman, Petty Of....
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