Homer to get first phase of gas line
City plans to use appropriation to build a regulator station and a short pipeline this year, plans to seek out additional funding
For Petroleum News
Enstar Natural Gas plans to start work on a gas pipeline to Homer later this year.
The Homer City Council recently agreed to revise the description of the project to construct what city officials are calling the first phase of an eventual transmission line.
The city of some 5,500 people on the sout....
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Construction this year
Seaton wants remaining funds
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