40 Years at Prudhoe Bay: Remembering the unsung heroes
The seismic crews and interpreters who crisscrossed the vast tracts of frozen tundra in the mid-1960s deserve special recognition
C.G. “Gil” Mull
For Petroleum News
Seismic crews who collected critical subsurface data and the specialists who interpreted this information are the unsung heroes who led to the discovery of the giant Prudhoe Bay oil field and most of the subsequent discoveries on the North Slope. Only in the Brooks Range foothills belt are outcrops....
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