State wants some answers from Escopeta
DO&G wants more information from company before it decides whether to extend the work commitment deadlines at Kitchen Lights
For Petroleum News
State officials are leaving the door open just a crack to extending the deadlines for work commitments at the Kitchen Lights unit in the Cook Inlet basin, but first they want some answers from the unit operator, Houston-based independent Escopeta Oil and Gas.
In a June 18 letter, Alaska Division of....
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Another chance? Last chance?
Just a little more time
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