AOGCC, Cook Inlet Energy agree on fines
Resolution reached on violations at Sword No. 1 well dating from 2013, 2014; commission agrees to reduction in civil penalties
The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission and Cook Inlet Energy have reached a resolution “without the necessity of additional litigation,” the commission said in an April 18 amended decision and order on violations at the Sword No. 1 well. The violations occurred in 2013 and 2014; the well was....
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