Here’s what oil drilling looks like in the Arctic Refuge, thirty years later

Satellite image of former Refuge drilling site
From the New York Times: “These satellite images of a small part of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge show the site of what, so far, is the only oil well ever drilled in the refuge, an exploratory well known as KIC-1 that was completed in the mid-1980s. The well was plugged and abandoned, and the drilling equipment and a special timber pad it sat on have long since been removed. “