The Cook Inlet oil and gas renaissance
Companies new to the Cook Inlet basin have stemmed the oil and gas production decline while also exploring for new resources
The Cook Inlet basin, the first petroleum province in Alaska to see a major oil field come on line, has been in decline since production peaked several decades ago. But a recent upsurge in Cook Inlet oil and gas exploration and development has started to stem that downward production trend.
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