Regulatory Reform in Alaska: An Oil Industry Perspective

by Debra K. Borah, Sohio Alaska Petroleum Co, Anchorage, AK, USA,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Coastal Zone '85


The State of Alaska recently implemented regulatory reform procedures to streamline the permitting process and ease the regulatory burden on the regulated community, as well as the burden on the regulators. The State created the Division of Governmental Coordination within the Office of Management and Budget to coordinate the vast majority of the permitting activities for oil and gas.

Subject Headings: Industries | Coastal management | Wells (oil and gas) | Offshore drilling | Fish management | Water pollution | Government | Budgets | Alaska | United States

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