How much longer for the North Slope?
Revised DOE report indicates oil production from remaining reserves could last 35 years, but much longer after new developments
The slowly declining meter readings at the trans-Alaska pipeline pump station 1 on the North Slope, as production from America’s most northerly oil fields continues to flow south at a slowly dwindling rate, raise some worrying questions for those whose livelihoods and well being depend on a correspo....
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