Editor's Notebook

Share, Jeff
May 2002
Pipeline & Gas Journal;May2002, Vol. 229 Issue 5, p5
Trade Publication
Comments on the failure of the passage of the proposal to drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska by the U.S. Senate. Reasons of the failure of the chance to solve the oil problem; Need of the industry to build an infrastructure to transport products; Incidents of environmental mistakes by the industry.


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