Alaska’s Kuparuk field remains formidable
Operator ConocoPhillips has extensive plans for the North Slope giant, ranked as the third largest producing U.S. oil field
For Petroleum News
Kuparuk is Prudhoe Bay’s big little brother. Since its December 1981 startup, the Kuparuk River field on Alaska’s central North Slope has produced 2.19 billion barrels of oil.
That’s an enormous volume, though it pales in comparison to neighboring Prudhoe, which has produced well over 11 billion bar....
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The Kuparuk field
West Sak and Tarn
Meltwater and Tabasco
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