Corsair decision appealed
Pacific Energy claims four expansion leases justify planned drilling program
A small independent oil company claims the state didnít expand an offshore Cook Inlet unit as a way to bolster the case against the owners of the Point Thomson unit on Alaskaís North Slope.
The claim arises from an effort by Pacific Energy Resources to more than double the size of the Corsair unit....
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Expansion acreage justifies drilling
Deadlines and exemptions
Future for jack-up rig uncertain
Rig currently drilling in Bahamas
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