Anadarko plugs and abandons Altamura
The spring project in NPR-A will close the books on the first Alaska exploration well drilled by the busy Houston independent
As Anadarko Petroleum eyes its future in Alaska, it also took care of its past.
The company recently plugged and abandoned an old National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska well this spring. Originally spud on March 10, 2002, the Altamura No. 1 well was Anadarko’s first wildcat on the North Slope, drilled du....
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