State cites Macondo, Slope spills study
DNR commissioner finds substantial new information for Alaska Peninsula, Cook Inlet areawide sales, Susitna exploration license
The State of Alaska has signaled that it expects changes in how oil and gas operations are conducted in Alaska as a result of the Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico last year and the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservationís risk assessment.
In decisions of substantial new inf....
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