Stuck tubing stops North Shore Sag test
Coiled tubing lodged in the wellbore prevented BRPC and partners from testing Sag River formation; details emerge from Tofkat No. 1
Kay Cashman & Eric Lidji
Expounding for the first time on the mechanical troubles hinted at earlier in the year, the Canadian independent TG World Energy said May 15 that coiled tubing stuck in the North Shore No. 1 well prevented testing on one of the two target formations this winter.
Brooks Range Petroleum Corp. ran the....
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Details from Tofkat
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