North Slope Projects

The North Slope is a term used to describe the northernmost region of the United States, extending from the northern slope of the Alaskan Brooks Range to the southern shores of the Arctic Ocean. Along the northern coast of Alaska, the ocean has been divided into two marginal seas, the Chukchi Sea to the west of Point Barrow and the Beaufort Sea to the east.

The map above shows the location of over 200,000 acres that Mr. Donkel and his associates have amassed on the North Slope. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the North Slope could yield up to 36 billion barrels of oil and 137 trillion cubic feet of natural gas through 2050.

Examine Donkel's holdings in greater detail by clicking any of the links on the right.

 

Donkel's holdings
On-Shore in Alaska

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