Oil Search exercises $450M option to buyout Armstrong at Pikka, Horseshoe
The days of the Alaska North Slope producing under 500,000 barrels of oil a day may soon be over as the first major U.S. conventional oil discovery in decades drew closer to production on June 27 when Oil Search Ltd. exercised its option to sharply increase its stake in Pikka and Horseshoe leases we....
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