Despite declines, Cook Inlet still busy
Majors and indies continue to ring life from old fields and chase new targets, not only oil and gas, but also coal and geothermal
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While oil taxation debates in Juneau are focusing public attention on North Slope investment, Cook Inlet continues to be a dynamic basin, where big players squeeze life from old assets and new companies chase untapped targets. As the warmer weather approaches, here are some of the energy development....
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