ConocoPhillips suspended plans to drill for oil in the waters off Alaska's northern coast

April 2013
World Energy News;4/16/2013, p1
The article reports on the decision of ConocoPhillips, a global exploration and production company, to set aside its plans of drilling oil in the waters off of Alaska's northern coast in 2014, attributing it to alleged ill-defined federal regulations for Arctic Ocean drilling.


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