Risk assessment focused on flow lines
Draft of the long-awaited risk report suggests flow line spills are the largest, most common and most harmful on the North Slope
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Rather than overhaul the entire oversight system of petroleum infrastructure, the State of Alaska should institute “incremental improvements” to prevent future spills, according to a draft of a long awaited risk assessment of North Slope oil and gas infrastructure.
The draft document from the Depart....
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Flow line spills more common
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