Remote basin exploration moves forward
Independent Trio Petroleum plans to drill first well in Selawik basin in late 2010, permitting for both oil and gas
A Bakersfield, Calif., independent is preparing to drill an oil and gas well next year in one of North America’s last unexplored basins — northwest Alaska’s Selawik basin, in more recent years referred to as the Kotzebue basin. The project manager for the program is long-time Alaska geologist Arlen....
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Archaeological surveys first
Water source a challenge
Memory logging will be used
Only two wells in basin to date
NANA splits departments
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