Following up on the pipeline rupture
PSIO asks BP for more comprehensive reporting on its actions resulting from the Prudhoe Bay artificial lift gas pipeline break
On Sept. 29 a high-pressure artificial-lift gas pipeline on Y-Pad in the BP-operated Prudhoe Bay oil field on Alaska’s North Slope blew apart, sending a piece of steel pipe flying through the air.
Subsequent investigations both by BP, and by state and federal regulators, quickly determined that exte....
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