BRPC spuds Sak River well
First of exploration season, company planning North Shore No. 3 for February
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Brooks Range Petroleum Corp. spud the Sak River No. 1A well in the Gwydyr Bay region of the Alaska North Slope on Jan. 26, the company said in a statement.
The well is a sidetrack of Sak River No. 1, a suspended well drilled in early 2007.
Now that BRPC has re-entered the well, it plans to remove....
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