Where from here on Cook Inlet gas?
Some exploration interest but activity likely to be down in 2009; land access and gas storage will be important in the future
Following an active year for Cook Inlet drilling in 2008, things look likely to be quieter in 2009, Kevin Banks, director of Alaska’s Division of Oil and Gas told the Senate Resources Committee on Feb. 9. The gas producers will probably do some development drilling to ensure that gas production leve....
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