Mooses Tooth processing at Alpine
Five participating areas possible for NPR-A unit: Rendezvous largest, followed by Spark; Pioneer, Mitre, Lookout, all smaller
As many as five participating areas are possible at the Mooses Tooth unit in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, indicating as many as five reservoirs in the unit, the first approved by the U.S. Department of the Interiorís Bureau of Land Management in NPR-A (see story in Feb. 3 issue of Petroleu....
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Unit includes discoveries
Initial development well within 24 months
Continuing development obligations
Ten years to participating areas
BLM approves final NPR-A rules
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