Addressing the changing CI gas situation
ConocoPhillips has drilled some new wells, is putting new compressors in at Beluga, considering future of Nikiski LNG plant
ConocoPhillips, a major natural gas producer in Alaska’s Cook Inlet basin, is continuing to tease more gas from its aging fields, while also looking to the future of the Kenai Peninsula LNG plant that the company co-owns with Marathon Oil Co., Dan Clark, manager of ConocoPhillips’ Cook Inlet assets,....
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Declining gas supplies
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