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Vol. 26, No.43 Week of October 24, 2021
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Nominated to spend Christmas at Prudhoe Bay

Personal reflections from Alaska geologist Gil Mull, who sat on the Prudhoe discovery well for Humble, ExxonMobil predecessor

Gil Mull

for Petroleum News - Reprint from April 3, 2011 PN

ART: HORIZONTAL PHOTO FROM: March 19, 2007, page 6 PNWITH THIS CUTLINE: Workers flared the first gas flow from the Ivishak (Sadlerochit) formation during drill stem test No. 2 of the Prudhoe Bay State No. 1 well on Dec. 27, 1967. No oil flowed to the surface during the test, but natural gas flowed....

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Things were becoming interesting

Communication limited to radio

A thousand mile daily commute

Looks like gas discovery


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