Alaska lawmakers push bill putting facilities burden on oil companies

02/19/2007 | Engineering News-Record

Legislation proposed in Alaska's House and Senate could make oil companies financially responsible for any oil and gas facility maintenance related to neglect. The bills come on the heels of the shutdown of BP's Alaska oil fields last August due to concerns of corroded transit lines, and the cost for replacing the pipeline is currently estimated at $150 million to $200 million.

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