Aurora wants Nicolai Creek gas storage
Proposing injection into upper Carya sands of Tyonek formation, nearing approval of Nicolai Creek expansion and West PA formation
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Aurora Gas hopes to increase the amount of hydrocarbons moving through the Nicolai Creek unit, both the amount coming out of the field and also the amount going back in.
The Anchorage-based independent, which operates five natural gas fields on the west side of Cook Inlet, is asking state officials....
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Storage in the Carya sands
Next step for an old field
Using decades-old well
Supplier as yet unknown
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