Teasing natural gas from Cook Inlet
Difficult seismic, more subtle plays and discontinuous sands all add to the challenges in finding and producing gas from the basin
Over the years Alaskaís Cook Inlet basin has proved to be a prolific source of gas.
But with oil and gas fields found decades ago becoming depleted and the easy finds on major geologic structures all discovered, people now need to seek new gas in more elusive prospects, tucked away in the basinís ch....
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