Flood spills spur review of state plans for oil
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Could that lead to new rules or plans?
"That is what we are going to look at," Gilbert said.
State and industry officials insist their performance was good.
"It was chaos — 11,000 homes, 200 miles of road, destroyed," the Oil and Gas Association’s Schuller said. "You can’t plan for that. You just have to be flexible and responsive."
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