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Vol. 7, No. 35 Week of September 01, 2002
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Oklahoma waste firm EESV recycles itself into Alaska energy concern

Environmental Energy looks to combine Cook Inlet leases with Jonesville coal operation if it and partner Nerox are successful in reopening the Sutton-area mine

Steve Sutherlin

PNA Managing Editor

Acquisition of three Kenai Peninsula leases from Northstar Energy Group Inc. in June by Environmental Energy Services Inc. is step one in the company’s strategy to enter the business of acquiring, developing and operating coal, gas and other energy-related assets in Alaska. (See story in Aug. 25 edi....

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Probably won’t operate

Previous energy project fizzled

Nerox partner in Jonesville coal effort

Rebuilds through acquisition


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