AOGCC doesn’t foresee oil loss at Prudhoe
Senate Resources hears that with aggressive production prior to a major gas sale, there should be minimal impact on oil
Gas: It’s the crown prince of the Prudhoe Bay field.
At some point there will be a gas pipeline and that gas will be sold.
Right now “Prince Gas” plays an important role, along with water, in support of “King Oil.” Gas is reinjected to maintain pressure, used in enhanced oil recovery and burned to....
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Some oil loss will occur
Gas in use at Prudhoe
Initial estimate 9 billion barrels
When to sell gas?
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