Companies start pre-packing ice roads
Snow on the North Slope is deeper than normal but soil temperatures remain above freezing as winter drilling season approaches
With greater than normal depths of snow on the tundra of Alaskaís North Slope, companies have started pre-packing ice road routes, in preparation for ice road construction for this winterís off-road drilling operations, Melissa Head, manager of the Alaska Department of Natural Resources Northern Oil....
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