@a1ahna asked this question on a call about mine reclamation, which has some federal oversight an...
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by bhamster |
March 31, 2022 18:38 |
@a1ahna asked this question on a call about mine reclamation, which has some federal oversight and funding for abandoned mines. Is there something similar for reclaiming abandoned oil wells? Thanks!
Just adding some supporting info from this great article that reviews the situation in the US and reviews policy solutions from other countries in hopes of shaping the US's policy: https://www.currentaffairs.org/2021/01/the-wreckage-of-the-last-energy-epoch-abandoned-wells-and-workers/:
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