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Vol. 11, No. 37 Week of September 10, 2006
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Popp bullish on the inlet

Kenai Peninsula Borough official sees increasing interest in Cook Inlet exploration; possibility of deep drilling signals $300-$500 million more in capital investment over the next four years

Alan Bailey

Petroleum News

Dwindling oil reserves in the Cook Inlet oil fields, the Agrium fertilizer plant at Nikiski under threat of closure and uncertainty about the future of the Nikiski LNG plant donít seem to add up to a bunch of optimism when it comes to the future of Alaskaís Kenai Peninsula. But, with natural gas exp....

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Peaked at 90 million barrels

Optimistic about oil and gas

Upswing in gas exploration

Fertilizer plant


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