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Vol. 12, No. 37 Week of September 16, 2007
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


LNG plant key to stable Cook Inlet market

Supporters say renewing Nikiski facility’s federal export license for two years would be good for economy, industry and state

Rose Ragsdale

For Petroleum News

With what many believe is a natural gas shortage unfolding in Cook Inlet, renewing a license for a plant in Nikiski to ship liquefied natural gas to Asia seems at first glance a frivolous, if not foolhardy, proposition. But ensuring that the 40-employee processing facility, tiny by world standards,....

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Plant provides supply cushion

Governor less enthusiastic


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