Technology unlocking Inlet riches
Aurora Gas' Clifford explains how techniques such as 3-D seismic combined with an understanding of the Cook Inlet petroleum reservoirs help locate hydrocarbons in the Southcentral Alaska basin
By Alan Bailey
Alaskaís Cook Inlet isnít an easy place in which to explore for oil and gas. High quality seismic data are difficult to obtain. And the inlet is notorious for the complexity of its reservoirs, which often consist of multiple, thin sandstone layers that are difficult to find and trace.
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