Putting natural gas spur line in context
Report for Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority identifies 16 energy alternatives for Southcentral Alaska gas shortage
A Colorado-based team has completed a study into energy alternatives for Alaska’s Cook Inlet region. Commissioned by the Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority, the study shows how options such as Angda’s proposed gas spur line from Glennallen to Palmer compare with each other in tackling projecte....
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