Gas exploration to resume at Red Dog
Expert: Tests show shale gas resource near zinc and lead mine compares favorably with huge Lower 48 deposits
By Rose Ragsdale
The more explorers learn about shale gas deposits near the huge Red Dog Mine in northwest Alaska the more they like the idea of exploiting the resource to replace costly diesel supplies now being shipped there to power the zinc and lead mining operation.
But the jury is still out on whether natural....
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Shale quality looks promising
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