State, feds investigate spill at North Slope’s Lisburne field
Ruptured pipe in BP-operated field releases estimated 45,828 gallons of oil and water; criminal and civil probes under way by Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, US EPA
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State and federal authorities confirm they’re conducting criminal and civil investigations into a pipeline rupture discovered in the BP-operated Lisburne oil field on Nov. 29.
Weld Royal, spokeswoman for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, told Petroleum News a civil investigation i....
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