Shining the spotlight on Cook Inlet reservoirs
DGGS-led research is starting to shed light on some of the more elusive hydrocarbon plays in Southcentral Alaska’s Cook Inlet
Exploration in and around Alaska’s Cook Inlet in the 1960s and 1970s uncovered many of the easy-to-find oil and gas fields in the major underground structures of the Cook Inlet basin. But now that much of that low-hanging fruit has been plucked, people are starting to look at the less obvious possib....
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