Bond regs public comment period ends
AOGCC has finished accepting testimony on its proposed increase in surety bonding levels for oil and gas wells drilled in Alaska
The public comment period came to an end on Nov. 27 for proposed changes to Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission regulations for the surety bonding of oil and gas wells in Alaska. The purpose of the bonding, which has to be obtained by a well operator, is to ensure the availability of adequate....
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