Alaska newcomers show serious ambitions
Cook Inlet Energy and Tennessee parent outline drilling and workover plans, but need capital; state cool to bonding break
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A fledgling oil producer operating on the west side of Alaskaís Cook Inlet has extensive development plans, but first the company faces the chore of raising the necessary capital.
Thatís the upshot of a quarterly report Miller Petroleum Inc. filed Sept. 13 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commi....
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