Agency, Shell prevail in appeal
EPA responds to Appeal Board ruling by proposing a new air quality permit for Beaufort Sea drilling vessel, the Kulluk
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 10 has published for public comment a proposed air quality permit for Shell’s Kulluk floating drilling platform for operations in the Beaufort Sea. The authorized air emissions would have no adverse impacts on nearby communities, the agency said.
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