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Vol. 8, No. 23 Week of June 08, 2003
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Expansion will help sustain Alpine field’s crude output

Water, gas handling facility upgrades allow crude production to stay at present level

Kristen Nelson

Petroleum News Editor-in-Chief

Phase one of the Alpine facilities expansion, announced in May, allows for an increase of about 5 percent in oil production — but more importantly, it allows the present level of oil production to continue as more water and gas have to be removed from the crude oil produced at the field. The field,....

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Started up by end of 2004

Some improvement in oil rate


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