When two become one
Environmental Appeals Board questions the rule for deciding whether two offshore drillships form a single air pollution source
When might two drillships operating as part of the same offshore drilling program be considered as a single industrial facility? When they’re touching each other while drilling? If they’re just 500 meters apart? Or what if they’re a mile apart?
These apparently esoteric questions have caused the Env....
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