MMS re-assesses North Aleutian basin
Promising source rocks, large potential trap structures, feasibility of exporting LNG all support the economics of gas production
By Alan Bailey
Much has changed in the economics of oil and gas since 1995, when the Minerals Management Service last assessed the petroleum potential of Alaska’s North Aleutian basin. Since that time oil prices have shot upwards and natural gas has assumed a heightened economic importance.
In its new assessment o....
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