Rules for wells deeper than 1,000 feet
AOGCC says its regulations will apply to wells in the Bristol Bay area because of likelihood of unexpected oil, gas encounters
The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has determined that there is “sufficient likelihood” that wells drilled in designated townships in the Bristol Bay area would “encounter oil, gas or other hazardous substances.” Because of that, the commission said in an Oct. 27 order for geothermal exp....
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Naknek Electric drilling for geothermal
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