Rutter aims to snag rig for Glennallen
Texas independent hopes to take a spring or summer stab at difficult well in natural gas prospect in Alaska’s Copper River basin
An independent oil and gas company searching for natural gas in the Copper River Basin believes it can start drilling this spring or summer by grabbing a rig headed for Cook Inlet.
“We believe we’ve got a rig lined up and we’re negotiating to bring it from Canada into Alaska,” said Bill Rutter Jr.,....
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Seismic suggests commercial quantities
Copper River prospects have long been elusive
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