CALIFORNIA STUDY TO FOCUS ON OFFSHORE OIL DEVELOPMENT PROSPECTS

Oil and gas operators have invested $5 billion in 49 leases off California awaiting development but still must grapple with the question of how to proceed when oil prices are low and regulations and resistance are high. The answer may come from a 2 year study of how to develop California's offshore oil and gas resources without running afoul of relentless environmental opposition.

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