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ConocoPhillips Drill Site CD5 Produces First Oil

ANCHORAGE – ConocoPhillips Alaska today announced that its CD5 drill site began producing oil. CD5, part of

the Alpine Field, is the first commercial oil development on Alaska Native lands within the boundaries of the

National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPRA). CD5 is the second new ConocoPhillips North Slope drill site to come

on stream this month. First oil was announced at Kuparuk Drill Site 2S on Oct. 12.







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Author: Ann Northcutt

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