Petroleum News checks on state’s spill equipment, contingency planning
In the latest issue of Petroleum News, released on line today, senior staff writer Alan Bailey interviews an official with the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, the state agency with jurisdiction over oil spill contingency planning on state land and waters.
Bailey was looking to find out whether Alaska was prepared for a major oil spill and also to see if there were any lessons to be learned from the recent blowout BP had in the Gulf of Mexico.
It’s a good read.
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