BP applies for S pad expansion for Ugnu
Research continues on CHOPS, cold heavy oil production with sand, technology; more space needed for equipment, light drilling
BP Exploration (Alaska) has applied to expand S pad in the Milne Point unit for a test of Ugnu production and for continued development of the Schrader Bluff reservoir.
The company told regulators the project would involve placement of some 99,000 cubic yards of clean gravel fill into not more than....
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Partial processing planned
Multiple wells needed for testing CHOPS
No decision on further drilling
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