Apache’s first CI well nears total depth
Company plans to take rock core and test production, to assess reservoir potential for other prospects identified from seismic
The drilling of Apache Corp’s Kaldachabuna No. 2 well near the village of Tyonek on the west side of Alaska’s Cook Inlet has reached a depth just 1,000 feet above the well’s planned target depth, John Hendrix, Apache’s general manager in Alaska, told Commonwealth North’s Energy Action Coalition on F....
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