Pioneer requests Oooguruk changes
Corps approved single trench to offshore drill site; company says three trenches allows for differences in pipe, utilities
By Kristen Nelson
Pioneer Natural Resources Alaska has modified how it proposes to lay pipe and utility cables for its offshore North Slope Oooguruk discovery.
In a July application to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pioneer asked to modify the flow-line trench from the Oooguruk drill site, a man-made gravel islan....
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