A large gas prone sedimentary basin
USGS geologist reviews geology of the Susitna basin north of Anchorage; has potential for natural gas generated from coal and shale
The Susitna basin, a broad sedimentary basin under the Susitna Valley to the north of Anchorage, presents an enticing target for hydrocarbon exploration relatively close to major population centers and the southern Alaska transportation infrastructure. But, with attention having been focused on the....
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Structure of the basin
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