Armstrong submits North Fork ops plan
Lays out proposed camp size and operations, plan to use many existing facilities for North Fork 34-26, still needs some permits
Armstrong Cook Inlet LLC’s attempt to explore the North Fork Unit this summer will be an exercise in slight expansion.
The Alaska subsidiary of Denver-based independent Armstrong Oil and Gas Co., both headed by Bill Armstrong, has already suggested it would ask the state to expand the unit boundarie....
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