Going underground on the North Slope
DGGS-led program links foothills surface geology with subsurface well, seismic data; North Slope exploration still in ‘primary phase’
There has been a view on Alaska’s North Slope that oil exploration too far south of the Beaufort Sea coast is a futile operation. Go south of a so-called “line of death” somewhere along the middle of the slope and you’ll cross into territory where the petroleum source rocks dipping south from the co....
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