Future of Nikiski LNG plant uncertain
Stone & Webster report says continued export of liquefied natural gas after 2011 dependent on new gas supplies, plant renovation
In a recent report commissioned by the Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority, Stone & Webster Management Consultants has predictably concluded that the future of the LNG plant on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula is uncertain.
The Nikiski plant, owned by Marathon and ConocoPhillips, began exporting lique....
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Maintaining current capacity
Increasing the capacity
It all depends
Another option: Convert to an LNG import facility
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