Court upholds RCA ruling on CINGSA gas
Agrees that storage facility customers are entitled to a significant portion of native gas found by accident in the facility
The Alaska Superior Court has ruled in support of a Regulatory Commission of Alaska order for the disposition of some native natural gas that Cook Inlet Natural Gas Storage Alaska found by accident in its storage facility south of the city of Kenai. The RCA order required 87 percent of excess native....
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