Cook Inlet investment surges in 2012
After years of declining investment, several independents small and large are taking a shine to the scrappy but prolific basin
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Cook Inlet undoubtedly went through a renaissance in 2012.
While dwindling supplies remain a concern, the year saw companies large and small making significant investments in the basin after years without exploration and only limited development. If the most ambitious companies were successful, the....
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