Eyeing the possibilities at Kotzebue basin
Consultant, NANA say the Kotzebue basin in northwest Alaska has large prospects and potential for natural gas and possibly oil
Only two wells have ever been drilled in the 80-mile by 350-mile Kotzebue basin, under the Kotzebue Sound and some adjacent lowlands, immediately north of Alaska’s Seward Peninsula. But this remote basin, sometimes referred to as the Selawik basin, has significant potential for the discovery of natu....
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