Wilcox: Alaska needs small independents
Co-founder of Cook Inlet Energy says big oil companies open basins, smaller companies needed for smaller geologic opportunities
J.R. Wilcox, the president and one of the co-founders of Cook Inlet Energy, says Alaska needs small independents to develop smaller geologic opportunities in the state, to keep larger fields producing and basically to keep the lights and heat on after the super majors move on.
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