Escopeta wants stay on Kitchen Lights
As appeal extends beyond deadline for curing default at offshore unit, Escopeta asks the court to put state proceedings on hold
For Petroleum News
Escopeta is asking the Alaska Superior Court to put the Kitchen Lights unit on hold until the company’s appeal of a state ruling on the Cook Inlet acreage reaches a resolution.
A stay would prevent the Alaska Department of Natural Resources from terminating the unit, which is in default, and taking....
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