Cook Inlet Energy revives Kustatan well
Well produces fuel gas for field operations; company and parent Miller invest up to $7 million so far on newly acquired properties
For Petroleum News
Anchorage-based Cook Inlet Energy has restored production from a natural gas well at its Kustatan field.
The KF-1 well, on the west side of Alaska’s Cook Inlet, tested at 70,000 cubic feet per day of initial production, says a July 22 press release from Cook Inlet Energy’s parent company, Miller Ene....
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