The first of the Cook Inlet giants
Alaska’s Kenai gas field has delivered more than 2.4 trillion cubic feet of dry natural gas since going into production in 1961
Although not the largest of the world-class gas fields in Alaska’s Cook Inlet basin, the Kenai gas field was the first of the major gas fields to be discovered. The discovery came in 1959, just a couple of years after that of the Swanson River oil field, during a search for oil in the basin. And, si....
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