AOGCC hears Kenai Loop escrow issues
Agreement that natural gas is being produced from acreage surrounding Buccaneer’s tract; disagreement on what to do about
All parties in the Kenai Loop dispute are agreed that drainage is occurring from adjacent properties; they just don’t agree on what to do about it.
Drainage issues — in this case production of natural gas from adjacent acreage not controlled by the field’s operator — were aired at a Jan. 30 hearing....
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Agreement on drainage
No agreement on what to do
The unit issue
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