Chevron to deal with old refinery site
Beach erosion along Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula threatens system for recovering polluted groundwater; company proposes stone revetment
For Petroleum News
Chevron is preparing to use a lot of muscle to subdue a nagging environmental problem on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula.
The company is seeking federal and state approval to control beach erosion at the base of a Cook Inlet bluff atop which the Chevron Kenai refinery at Nikiski once stood.
The refinery op....
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