California offshore field redevelopment environmental review begins

12/26/2011
The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) began a 60-day public comment period on preparing a joint environmental evaluation with the California State Lands Commission (CSLC) of a proposal to develop oil and gas resources from three existing state-issued leases from an existing platform in federal waters 3.7 miles offshore Carpenteria, Calif. BOEM said the revised development and production plan submitted by Pacific Operators Offshore LLC (PACOPS), a subsidiary of independent producer Carone Petroleum Corp., includes state leases under CSLC jurisdiction as well as federal leases administered by BOEM. The US Department of the Interior agency said its authority is limited to evaluatin...
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