Forest Oil looking to drill under-explored Alaska basin
Company’s new farm-in partners, Rutter and Wilbanks, and Delphi, market Copper River acreage to potential investors at NAPE
Petroleum News Contributing Writer
If all goes well, Forest Oil will be drilling the first well in Alaska’s Copper River basin since Copper Valley Machine Works drilled the Alicia No. 1 well in 1983. Forest’s here-to-fore unannounced exploration partners — Rutter and Wilbanks Corp. and Delphi International — were shopping for investo....
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Three-phase project planned
Eleven wells drilled in basin
New seismic is current phase of project
Rutter and Wilbanks
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