Steady progress in the southern Kenai
Cook Inlet basin: Armstrongís headway at North Fork unit improves economics of three other prospects in area north of Homer
By Eric Lidji
For Petroleum News
Just a few years ago, oil and gas development on Alaskaís southern Kenai Peninsula was a chicken and egg situation.
Now itís poised to become a hatchery.
When Armstrong Cook Inlet brings its North Fork oil and gas project into production early next year, it could be the push needed to bring seve....
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