ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc. achieved first oil at the Greater Mooses Tooth #2 (GMT2) drill site northeast in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPR-A) on Alaska’s North Slope, about eight miles southwest of GMT1.
GMT2 is the second project in the Greater Mooses Tooth Unit and is a satellite development of the Alpine field. It has a 14-acre drilling pad, an 8-mile gravel road, and pipeline facilities connected to the existing Colville River Unit (CRU) infrastructure for processing. The pad is planned to have 36 wells initially, with capacity for up to 48 wells.
Peak production is estimated at about 30,000 boe/d with about $1.4 billion gross project costs, including construction and drilling expenses.
ConocoPhillips Alaska is operator and 100% owner at the Greater Mooses Tooth and Colville River Units.