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Vol. 11, No. 41 Week of October 08, 2006
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Southcentral Alaska running out of cheap gas

Utilities already seeing deliverability problems in Cook Inlet; industrial users provide backstop for utility needs in cold weather

Kristen Nelson

Petroleum News

Natural gas powers electric utilities in Southcentral Alaska, provides heat for residential and commercial customers and is the feedstock for Kenai Peninsula industrial plants which make fertilizer and liquefied natural gas for export, providing taxes and good-paying jobs to the local economy. The....

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