Clock ticks toward Oooguruk startup
With all major equipment in place, crews work on wiring and piping in the northern Alaska's first independent-operated oil field
As our motor boat thumps its way over a low swell in Harrison’s Bay in the Beaufort Sea northwest of the Prudhoe Bay and Kuparuk oil fields on Alaska’s North Slope, the artificial island of the 70 million-barrel Oooguruk oil field appears like the proverbial dot in the ocean, in the midst of a vast....
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