Alaska to conduct risk assessment
$4.1M state project will check all oil and gas infrastructure and existing maintenance programs, connect governments and industry
All the pipelines in Alaska laid end to end would run from Deadhorse to Dallas with pipe to spare. The state wants someone to walk those lines, and along the way check up on other key oil and gas infrastructure in Alaska, to find out whatís in good shape and what isnít.
Following through on a budget....
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Fine line between industry and state
BP promises to play along
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