Chevron plans drilling at Ivan River
Company proposes to drill a new gas production well and convert a well for disposing cuttings; further wells could follow
Chevronís Ivan River gas field, six miles or so northeast of Beluga on the west side of Alaskaís Cook Inlet, has been quietly delivering gas into the Southcentral gas grid since the field first went on line in 1990. The last production wells were drilled in the field in the early 1990s.
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Out for review
Year-round use of rig
Discovered in 1966
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