Pool Arctic Alaska: Drilling for dollars

Tyson, Ray
October 1993
Alaska Business Monthly;Oct93, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p90
Profiles the oil drilling company Pool Arctic Alaska. Employment and profit forecasts for 1993; Services provided; Responsibility in helping BP Exploration reduce well costs at Prudhoe Bay in Alaska; Projects on the North Slope; Labor contracts in Cook Inlet for drilling operations on offshore platforms; Oil wells drilled in the past.


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