Cook Inlet independents on the move
Small companies seek ways to ferret more oil and gas through exploration and from the continuing development of existing fields
Although major companies such as Chevron, Marathon and ConocoPhillips have for many years dominated Alaska’s Cook Inlet oil and gas industry, tightening supplies of utility natural gas and buoyant oil prices have encouraged a series of much smaller companies to try their hands at teasing more petrol....
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