Murkowski pursues legacy well funding
$50 million put in helium bill to clean up abandoned federal wells, address an ‘environmental crime’ against Alaska, senator says
For Petroleum News
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski is floating a new idea for funding the cleanup of “legacy wells,” and she’s already found some support among her congressional colleagues.
Murkowski said she recently included language in a pending bill, the Helium Stewardship Act of 2013, to provide $50 million for cleani....
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