Aurora gets AOGCC approval for storage
With permission from Division of O&G, Aurora can begin third-party gas storage at a depleted reservoir in the Nicolai Creek unit
For Petroleum News
A reservoir in the Nicolai Creek unit meets the standards for natural gas storage, according to an April ruling from the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.
The ruling allows operator Aurora Gas to inject gas from 2,426 feet to 2,916 feet into the South Undefined Gas Pool at the unit using t....
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