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Vol. 27, No.34 Week of August 21, 2022
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


20 Years Ago This Month: Coming on strong

Northstar reservoir performance excellent; BP brought field on slowly to allow pipeline to warm up; production intermittently reduced by facility startup issues

Kristen Nelson

Petroleum News

The wells at Northstar are coming on at high rates of production, which is just what BP expected, says Fritz Gunkel, BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc.s Northstar delivery manager. Weve had wells come on at 24,000 barrels a day, he said, and Northstar has had wells among BPs top 10 producers worldwi....

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One more casing string

Faster drilling with liner

Warming the pipe slowly

Up and down production

SIDEBAR 1: Drilling a team sport, says Fritz Gunkel

SIDEBAR 2: Four modes of transportation at Northstar


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