Work proceeds as usual at Prudhoe Bay
Acuren, Kakivik get contracts to do corrosion analysis on transit lines; 10 miles of pipe on order, 6 miles more needed
By Kay Cashman
Oilfield contractors working in Alaskaís Prudhoe Bay field arenít expected to be idle in the months ahead; in fact, some will be doing more, not less, work.
In a bold move that will protect the environment but have a negative impact on BPís Alaska earnings, the Prudhoe Bay operator began turning off....
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