State wants North Slope reservoir study
$10M would create new model, interpretive data that Alaska officials say would help state minimize oil loss in a major gas sale
With one eye toward a gas pipeline and another on existing oil fields, the state is asking for $10 million to study the different uses of natural gas resources on the North Slope.
Gov. Sarah Palin first mentioned the reservoir study in her 2008 State of the State address, saying it could “increase d....
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