Drilling regulators stay after BLM
Having accused the federal agency in June of possible safety violations, AOGCC looks for proof that well safety device was used
For Petroleum News
State regulators and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management continue to wrangle over alleged safety violations on a federal drilling project on Alaska’s western North Slope.
The latest twist is an exchange of letters between the BLM and the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, which regulates dri....
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