All systems go for Qannik field
Alpine satellite operated by ConocoPhillips on Alaska’s North Slope goes into production with one well two months before planned; development drilling program continues at CD2
Qannik, the newest Alpine satellite oil field in the Colville River unit on the western North Slope of Alaska, has started production, Natalie Knox Lowman, spokeswoman for unit operator ConocoPhillips, told Petroleum News July 9.
“I can confirm that Qannik came on line July 1, two months ahead of sc....
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