Anadarko finds ‘no commercial hydrocarbons’ at Jacob’s Ladder well
After reviewing logs and finding “no commercial hydrocarbons,” Anadarko Petroleum plugged its Jacob’s Ladder well this winter, according to a first quarter operations report released on May 6.
The oil prospect sits 10 miles southeast of Prudhoe Bay on Alaska’s eastern North Slope and for years geolo....
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