MMS Alaska sales to go farther out
Sales planned for 2007-12 could help keep trans-Alaska oil pipeline flowing; development in Arctic OCS will take 10-20 years
North Slope production is declining and the trans-Alaska oil pipeline is running at less than half the volume it carried in the 1980s. Resources from offshore Alaska could help keep flow rates up in the pipeline, but it will take as long as two decades for such resources to be developed, John Goll,....
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Sales reach farther offshore
Work continues in Arctic
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