AOGCC’s new bond levels still under fire; Longan dissatisfied
As reported in the May 26 issue of Petroleum News, Sara Longan, deputy commissioner of the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, wrote to the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission earlier that month, asking AOGCC to reconsider and revise their new regulation for the surety bonding of Alaska o....
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New bonding levels
Duplication between agencies
Comparison with other states
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