Miller Energy Resources operational update on Alaskan assets

June 2013
World Energy News;6/13/2013, p16
The article explores the state of Miller Energy Resources' operations as of June 2013. Cook Inlet Energy, the company's wholly-owned operating subsidiary, successfully measured a depth of 15,265 feet on the RU-2 well sidetrack in the Olson Creek #1 well. On its Sword #1 well, the company is scheduled to start drilling in late June 2013 after the mobilization of Patterson's Rig-191 from Tyonek Village and all rig components from the McArthur River Field drill site.


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