Chevron plans new Stump Lake drilling
Company hopes to restart gas field on west side of Alaska’s Cook Inlet after some delineation drilling and upgrade of facilities
After an eight-year shutdown, Chevron is looking into a restart of its Stump Lake gas field on the northwest side of Alaska’s Cook Inlet, about nine miles northeast of Beluga. The field is on state land within the Susitna Flats State Game Refuge at section 33, township 14 north, range 8 west of the....
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