There is still life in aging CI fields
Although oil and gas production rates from Cook Inlet have declined significantly, fields still hold some significant resources
Despite steadily declining production rates, there are some significant remaining oil and gas resources in Alaska’s aging Cook Inlet oil and gas fields that first went into production several decades ago. And at the annual meeting of the Pacific Section, American Association of Petroleum Geologists,....
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