NEA spuds King Salmon geothermal well
Exploration targets potential resource under the eastern end of Alaska Peninsula; could provide power for local communities
By Alan Bailey
After more than 10 years of investigation and planning by Southwest Alaska electric cooperative, Naknek Electric Association, the co-opís first geothermal exploration well, the Naknek-G No.1, is auguring its way toward possible hydrothermal fluids in rock fractures 9,000 to 12,000 feet below the eas....
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