Bush budget boosts well remediation
Additional $11.2 million would fund two future NPR-A sites; BLM working at Teshekpuk Lake legacy well this winter
By Eric Lidji
President Bush’s budget proposal for fiscal year 2009 includes an $11.2 million increase to the North Slope well remediation program run by the Bureau of Land Management.
The program is responsible for plugging legacy wells and excavating old well sites deemed to be a threat to the Arctic enviro....
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