Would unfunded positions have helped?
State officials, past and present, donít know if proposed $5 million oversight program would have prevented pipeline corrosion
The Associated Press
BPís partial shutdown in August of the Prudhoe Bay oil field has dredged up memories of a request five years ago by then-Gov. Tony Knowles for $5 million to strengthen oversight of Alaskaís aging oil facilities and streamline new oil and gas exploration.
But state officials can only speculate about....
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