EIS describes two-stage Shadura project
NordAq’s gas development could feature six wells at site within Alaska’s Kenai National Wildlife Refuge; initial test well is key
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Federal officials have released a draft environmental impact statement for NordAq Energy Inc.’s proposed Shadura natural gas development in Alaska’s Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.
NordAq plans to drill up to six production wells at a site about 13 miles northeast of Nikiski, the center of the Kenai....
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