BP Alaska accused of probation violation
Failure to heed warnings on frozen pipe led to rupture, shows negligence, federal official says; extended probation, fine possible
For Petroleum News
BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc. has a Dec. 20 court date to answer an accusation that it violated its criminal probation imposed after the Prudhoe Bay pipeline spills of 2006.
The company’s federal probation officer, Mary Frances Barnes, on Nov. 17 petitioned the U.S. District Court in Anchorage for a....
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Fine, more probation possible
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