State approves expansion of Prudhoe Bay
Kuparuk River formation believed capable of production from 7,239 acres adjacent to Point McIntyre, Raven participating areas
The Prudhoe Bay owners have applied to add a small amount of acreage to the unit, hoping to expand production at the Point McIntyre and Raven participating areas on the eastern side of the field.
The 7,239-acre expansion was approved by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources Division of Oil and....
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Point McIntyre expansion
Expansion area 3
Greater Point McIntyre area
Benefits to state
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