Explorers magazine preview: Hilcorp aims to drill in lower Cook Inlet
Despite delay in 3-D seismic survey to late August, lower CI, Iniskin Peninsula and Trading Bay exploration programs on track
Prior to the 2011 entry of Hilcorp Energy into Alaska, the Cook Inlet basinís onshore and offshore oil production had declined to 8,900 barrels per day. At the same time, natural gas reserves were projected to soon be insufficient to meet continued local utility demand and aging platform infrastruct....
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Possibilities for next five years
3-D survey over 8 OCS blocks
Possible new platforms, partner
Iniskin Peninsula program
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