AOGCC takes over Cook Inlet UCG wells
Wells deeper than 500 feet in two onshore areas where encounters with oil, gas likely now must have commission drilling permits
The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is asserting authority over wells drilled to depths greater than 500 feet in specified onshore areas of Cook Inlet.
At issue here are wells drilled to explore coal, which are permitted by the Department of Natural Resources, not by AOGCC. Last fall the....
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