AOGCC eliminates proposed Kuparuk penalty
Agency cites $6 million ConocoPhillips has put into improving SVS management systems in eliminating proposed $580,000 civil fine
The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has eliminated a proposed civil penalty of $580,000 against ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc. for failure to test well safety valve systems at the Kuparuk River unit 2B pad.
In a May 17 order the commission said it issued a notice of proposed enforcement acti....
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