Alaska asks Conoco to reopen LNG plant
The state of Alaska wants ConocoPhillips to reopen its mothballed Kenai Peninsula liquefied natural gas plant to provide an incentive for petroleum companies to explore and invest in Cook Inlet.
In a Sept. 5 letter to ConocoPhillips President Trond-Erik Johansen, acting Natural Resources Commissione....
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