AOGCC grants CINGSA rule change request
After expressing concern over possibility of gas leakage from an old P&A well, IFP fish plant failed to keep power to equipment
The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has granted a request from Cook Inlet Natural Gas Storage Alaska, CINGSA, to rescind a rule in the company’s storage injection order requiring gas detection equipment at the IFP fish plant.
CINGSA operates the Cannery Look unit Sterling C gas storage p....
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