BOEM study analyzes North Slope spills
Finds that the number of spills relates to oil production rates but that large spills tend to be rare and somewhat unpredictable
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, or BOEM, has published the results of a study that the agency commissioned into the frequency and nature of oil spills from the Alaska North Slope oil infrastructure. Carried out by Nuna Research and Planning Group LLC, the study found that spills of oil volume....
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Pattern for small spills
Correlation with production
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