A bonding question
AOGCC hears testimony on proposed major increase to the bonding of wells
In the latest step in the lengthy process of reviewing the surety bonding requirements for operators of oil and gas wells in Alaska, on Oct. 16 the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission held a public hearing on its latest proposal for bonding changes. The purpose of a surety bond, which an oper....
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Commission increasingly concerned
Impact on small companies
Expressions of support
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