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Willow marks a significant discovery in Alaska for ConocoPhillips' re-focused exploration strategy

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16 January 2017

Willow marks a significant discovery in Alaska for ConocoPhillips' re-focused exploration strategy

Report summary

On 13 January 2017, ConocoPhillips (78% interest and operator) announced  the Willow discovery in the Greater Mooses Tooth (GMT) Unit. The discovery is estimated to hold at least 300 million barrels of recoverable oil and is located in the northeast portion of the National Petroleum Reserve – Alaska (NPR-A). The discovery wells, Tinmiaq 2 and 6, were drilled in early-2016 and encountered between 12 and 23 metres (40 and 75 feet) of net pay in the Brookian Nanushuk formation. The Timniaq 2 well was tested and delivered 44 degree API oil at a rate of 3,200 b/d.

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  • Willow marks a significant discovery in Alaska for ConocoPhillips' re-focused exploration strategy

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  • Willow discovery on the western North Slope
  • Future projects in Alaska's NPR-A

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