Eni applies to roll Tuvaaq, other acreage, into Nikaitchuq unit
Move would more than double size of offshore North Slope unit, from some 12,968 to 33,869 acres; two wells just drilled from Oliktok Point, one may be re-entered, one used as injector
As it moves toward a possible end-of-year development decision at its Nikaitchuq unit, Eni Petroleum has applied to expand the unit by merging the adjacent Tuvaaq unit and additional acreage to the south.
The Nikaitchuq unit, offshore Alaska’s North Slope, is currently some 12,968 acres and would b....
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