Drillers near target at Nenana gas well
Well passes depth of 7,000 feet on its way to zones where gas may be found; target depth for $15 million well 11,000-15,000 feet
Excitement is building on a gravel drilling pad a few miles west of the Parks Highway and the town of Nenana in Alaska’s Interior as the Nunivak No. 1 well, the first exploration well to test one of the deeper sections of the Nenana basin, augurs its way towards its target, with the drillers watchin....
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