The North Slope gas offtake conundrum
The desire to produce natural gas for export as LNG must be reconciled with the need for the gas in producing higher value oil
Amid the current lively debate around the potential for exporting North Slope gas as liquefied natural gas via a gas pipeline to Southcentral Alaska, there seems to be an implicit assumption that, unless it can be exported, the gas is valueless, stranded on the North Slope. But this assumption is fa....
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