Tantalizing evidence for Cook Inlet oil
DGGS team reports on oil-stained Jurassic sandstone on Iniskin Peninsula, implications for oil potential in Mesozoic strata
A recently published report by geologists from Alaska’s Division of Geological and Geophysical Services describes the discovery of some oil stained sandstone in Jurassic rocks exposed in sea cliffs on the south shore of Chinitna Bay, on the north side of the Iniskin Peninsula, on the west side of th....
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