CONGRESS MUST FIX OIL POLLUTION ACT

If implemented as proposed by the U.S. Minerals Management Service, the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 will force many independent producers out of the offshore exploration and production business and some out of business altogether. Yet the MMS proposals may provide industry the opportunity to say some things that U.S. lawmakers and regulators need to hear. That the proposals might come to govern operations on the Outer Continental Shelf is inconceivable.

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