AOGCC has results of investigation
Report on Oooguruk finds commission orders consistent with statute; staff ‘capable and hard working’; commission oversight adequate
Complaints by Michael Kelley last year about the development and operation of the Oooguruk field were directed not only against Pioneer Natural Resources, the field’s operator, but also against the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.
Pioneer conducted an internal investigation and said that....
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Orders consistent with statute
Commission review continues
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