Hilcorp continues to monitor gas leak
Company waiting for sea ice to clear before repairing damaged subsea pipeline; new environment monitoring program to go into action
In preparation to conduct repairs, Hilcorp is continuing to monitor a leak in an eight-inch subsea pipeline that supplies fuel gas to the production platforms of the Middle Ground Shoal oil field in Cook Inlet. On March 14 the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation gave preliminary approval....
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