Buccaneer proposing West Eagle unit
Australian independent claims drilling could start soon if the state unitizes now-expired leases in the southern Kenai Peninsula
For Petroleum News
Saying it was “poised to drill” before its leases in the area expired, Buccaneer Energy Ltd. is asking the state to unitize nine Cook Inlet leases in the southern Kenai Peninsula.
The proposed West Eagle unit would cover some 46,395 onshore acres at the southeastern edge of the peninsula, west of th....
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