State takes comments on risk assessment
Citizen watchdog groups question scope and method of project to measure the risk to oil and gas infrastructure across Alaska
As the state works to create a model for measuring the risks threatening oil and gas infrastructure in Alaska, some are worried the scope of the project isnít broad enough.
A contractor with the Department of Environmental Conservation presented an early draft of the mathematical model on May 5 in A....
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