Saturday, April 15, 2017

BP OIL SPILL--Deadhorse, Alaska--FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

BULLETIN: SCHED: 0416/17/0000PDT--

(SANTA CRUZ BUREAU)-- Following bulletins released, various sources, concerning ongoing incident up North--

ADN.COM--
https://www.adn.com/business-economy/energy/2017/04/14/state-investigating-oil-and-gas-spraying-from-prudhoe-bay-well/

The source of the release, Well 3, is located on the Drill Site 2 gravel pad about 5 miles from the Deadhorse Airport. Deadhorse is an industrial hub for the Prudhoe Bay oil fields.




HOUSTON CHRONICLE--
http://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/article/BP-unit-reports-oil-spill-on-North-Slope-of-Alaska-11074721.php
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A subsidiary of BP is reporting a crude oil spill on Alaska's North Slope.
BP Exploration Alaska told state regulators Friday that oil is spraying from a well onto a pad and possibly onto the snow-covered tundra.
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation said Friday the spill is ongoing and the volume is unknown.


BP EXPLORATION ALASKA//FACEBOOK--

https://www.facebook.com/pages/BP-Exploration-Alaska-Inc/154510887919825


DIST ALL FIELD REPS, SVC UNITS--ATTN MERTZ, CHIEF ENGR, OFFSHORE--

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