BLM starts work on Atigaru Point well
Cleanup efforts begin on third in program to prevent environmental damage at ‘legacy wells’; funding uncertain for fourth well
The federal government is tackling another decades-old well site that poses a threat to the environment because of eroding coastlines and thawing permafrost on the North Slope.
The Bureau of Land Management in late February began remediation work on the Atigaru Point No. 1 well site, situated some 3....
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