BLM says 50 legacy wells need attention
Agency releases draft action plan for old wells on Alaska’s North Slope; four Barrow-area sites are first in line for cleanup
For Petroleum News
Federal land managers are acknowledging that 50 so-called legacy wells on Alaska’s North Slope need plugging or site cleanup.
That and other key determinations are in a draft “strategic plan” the Bureau of Land Management released May 8.
BLM has been under pressure to address dozens of wells federal....
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Alaska officials react
Upcoming remediation plans
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