State conditionally approves Otter unit
Cook Inlet Energy is pleased, aims to ‘prove up’ gas prospect; DNR decision on appeal clarifies Alaska policy on oil and gas units
For Petroleum News
Cook Inlet Energy LLC has won conditional approval to form a new oil and gas unit at the company’s Otter prospect on the inlet’s west side.
Alaska’s oil and gas director, Bill Barron, in May denied the unit application. But the Anchorage-based company appealed to the commissioner of the Department o....
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