RCA hears testimony on CINGSA facility
Utilities present the case for moving ahead with gas storage development as Cook Inlet gas deliverability continues to decline
With possible shortfalls in utility gas deliverability from Alaska’s Cook Inlet basin causing increasing concern in Southcentral Alaska, Cook Inlet Natural Gas Storage Alaska, or CINGSA, has been pushing forward to fast track development of its new gas storage facility on the Kenai Peninsula. And fo....
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