CPAI plans summer dredging at Oliktok
Work lowers seafloor to ease intake of water to treatment plant; water from plant aids re-injection efforts at Kuparuk, Alpine
ConocoPhillips plans to remove a chunk of sea floor in the Beaufort Sea this summer to aid the treatment of water used for oil production at two Alaska North Slope fields.
The natural rise in sediment on the seafloor north of Oliktok Point threatens to clog the Kuparuk Seawater Treatment Plant used....
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Moving 7,000 cy of sediment
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