AOGCC hears first appeal to new bonding
Malamute Energy tells commission BLM already requires $1.25M in bonding for the two wells, which are on federal acreage at Umiat
Malamute Energy Inc., owner of 97.5% of Renaissance Umiat, and the field’s designated operator, has two suspended wells on U.S. Bureau of Land Management leases at Umiat.
At a Jan. 16 Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission hearing, asking for reconsideration of AOGCC’s new bonding requirements....
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