North Slope earthquake appears to have had no oil facility impact
A magnitude 6.4 earthquake with an epicenter 52 miles southwest of the village of Kaktovik on the North Slope appears to have left oil industry facilities undamaged, although it did trigger a flurry of facility inspections. According to the University of Alaska Fairbanks Alaska Earthquake Center, th....
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