Differing views on clarity for RCA
Utilities, producers and the state weigh in on RCA proposal to develop a standard contract for Cook Inlet utility gas supplies
The big question is price when it comes to utility natural gas from Alaska’s Cook Inlet: High prices hit the pocketbooks of Southcentral Alaska consumers, while low prices deter gas producers from finding and developing new gas reserves.
And sitting in the middle of the tug-of-war between these oppo....
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Marathon opposes price setting
Conoco favors market dynamics
Armstrong needs viable prices
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