ExxonMobil seeks Point Thomson air permit
Company continues preparations for high-pressure gas cycling development; battle over unitís fate awaits Alaska Supreme Court action
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ExxonMobil continues to lay the groundwork for its natural gas cycling project in the Point Thomson field on Alaskaís North Slope.
Meantime, the legal fight between ExxonMobil and the state over control of the Point Thomson unit seems to have hit a lull.
On April 20, the Alaska Department of Environ....
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Laying the groundwork
Court conflict on hold
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