AOGCC halts new Meltwater drilling
AOGCC wants more information about why MI is migrating into shallower formations before ConocoPhillips can continue drilling
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The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is telling ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc. to hold off on drilling at a Kuparuk River unit satellite until the company and regulators can better understand why injected fluids have been migrating into shallower formations.
Starting in April 2002, ConocoPhill....
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