Bald Eagle flies north for first gig
The small Texas independent picks up six Donkel/Cade leases south of Prudhoe, all exploration plans tied to future financing
Alaska’s North Slope is a tough place to start life as a small oil company, but a newly created independent from Texas hopes to make a go of it.
Bald Eagle Energy Inc recently acquired a 100 percent working interest in six state leases in the central North Slope, the company announced on Aug. 11.
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