December 2021, Vol. 248, No. 12


Southern California Oil Spill: Unfortunate Harbinger for Future Industry Distrust

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor   Repercussions from an offshore oil spill along part of the Southern California coast in the fall, even though overestimated fivefold, could be long-lasting and significant for the oil and natural gas industry in climate change-driven California and elsewhere around the nation.    Hazardous material workers cleaning up the oil spill in Huntington Beach, Calif. The aftermath is still evolving at year’s end. Following the early October leakage from a Houston-based Amplify Energy Corp. pipeline connecting with a platform 4 miles (6 km) off Huntington Beach, Calif., in federal waters, state officials were calling

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