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Vol. 16, No. 19 Week of May 08, 2011
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Fortune Hunt Alaska: Latest on facility access

The North Slope is home to nine fields with production facilities: Alpine, Badami, Endicott, Kuparuk (pictured here), Milne Point, Nikaitchuq, Northstar, Point McIntyre/Lisburne and Prudhoe Bay. Third-party explorers want to be able to lease space in that infrastructure at a reasonable price to keep from having to build new facilities that might make small prospects uneconomic. Some explorers are turning to BP and ConocoPhillips, operators of all but one of northern Alaska’s production facilities, but others such as Brooks Range Petroleum Corp., or BRPC, are looking for less expensive options, such as smaller-scale, skid-mounted production systems — what BRPC calls “micro-processing units,” that can handle in the neighborhood of 5,000 barrels of oil a day. For larger groups of prospects in an area, BRPC is looking at building new regional processing facilities. Read Petroleum News online at www.petroleumnews.com for more information. The latest comprehensive article about facility access can be found at http://www.petroleumnews.com/pnads/75073419.shtml.



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