Escopeta inching toward Kitchen Lights
State puts ‘super unit’ out for public comment; plan of exploration requires 4 exploration wells through 2013, appeals dismissed
An independent exploration company could get more time to drill in the Cook Inlet basin.
Under a proposal advanced by the state on March 3, state oil and gas officials are letting Escopeta Oil move ahead on a plan to expand the boundaries of its offshore unit.
The expansion would cover two additiona....
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Drilling required in 2010
Difficult road up ahead
Could resolve two appeals
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