BP: Bypass lines possible on east side
Marshall tells legislators inspections continue, restart of eastern lines possible; replacement pipe ordered
By Kristen Nelson
Legislators had a number of questions for BP Exploration (Alaska) President Steve Marshall at a joint meeting of the Alaska Legislature’s Senate and House Resources committees in Anchorage Aug. 18.
Marshall had come to talk about the decision the company made to shut down the Prudhoe Bay field Aug.....
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