Innovator from the first
Richfield tackled challenges that it faced exploring for petroleum in Alaska by using latest technology to get the job done
C.G. Gil Mull
For Petroleum News
Thinking about the legacy of Richfield Oil Co., it seems to me that it was characterized by a tradition of innovation in Alaska. For example, the discovery well at Swanson River in 1957 was drilled on an anticline that was discovered by a seismic survey but a survey that was done with seismic equi....
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