Thomson gas cycling gets lots of study
In affidavit, Craig Haymes, Exxon’s Alaska manager, reviews history of working interest owners’ work on condensate production
Unit operator ExxonMobil has told the state that the Point Thomson 23rd proposed plan of development is different than previous PODs because it takes the field to production. It also comes out of a long history of gas cycling proposals at the field, adjacent to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge on....
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