Teck terminates Sakkan unit
Mining giant gives up on its 15-year effort to develop shale gas near the Red Dog mine; commerciality remains ‘challenging’
For Petroleum News
Teck Alaska Inc. is giving up on its search for natural gas near its Red Dog mine.
The mining giant formed the Sakkan unit in northwest Alaska in 2006 to look for a source of natural gas to use for operations at its lead and zinc mine near Kotzebue, and ultimately drilled five stratigraphic core hol....
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