Smith Bay deferred again, Nutrien still working to get
gas to re-open Nikiski plant
Rumor has it Caelus Energy Alaska will use part of the funds it receives from Eni for its eastern North Slope acreage (see page 1 story in this issue) to either test its two Tulimaniq wildcat wells in Smith Bay off the coast of the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska or do more appraisal drilling at t....
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Nutrien still actively seeking gas supply
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