MMS TO REQUIRE OFFSHORE SPILL PLANS

The Minerals Management Service has issued an interim final rule requiring producers operating in U.S. state and federal waters to file oil spill response and contingency plans by Feb. 18. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is requiring that similar plans be filed for onshore facilities that might pollute U.S. waters, while the Coast Guard is requiring the same action for tankers.

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