State of Alaska investigates BP fires
Four incidents within a month are too many, Department of Natural Resources says; wants to find out if there is systemic problem
Following a fourth BP North Slope fire incident in five weeks, the Alaska Department of Natural Resources has sent a team to the North Slope to look at the oilfield infrastructure involved and to investigate BP’s process safety management. The department is concerned that a pattern of fire incidents....
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