Cronus uneconomic, Pioneer says
Pioneer says Cronus oil too tight to produce; no new North Slope wells this winter; AVCG still assessing Cronus
By Alan Bailey
The results from Pioneer Natural Resources’ winter 2005-06 drilling season on Alaska’s North Slope demonstrate some of the inherent risks associated with exploring for oil and gas. The company was involved in drilling three wells using the new Doyon/Akita Arctic Fox drilling rig. This new mobile rig....
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AVCG still assessing Cronus
No Pioneer wells next winter
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