Fairbanks LNG storage project moves on
Next major step in the Interior Energy Project is underway; LNG supply expansion on hold until purchase of Pentex by IGU completes
The construction of a new 5.25 million gallon liquefied natural gas storage facility in Fairbanks began in December and is moving ahead, with an anticipated completion date in the fall of 2019, Dan Britton, president and CEO of Pentex Natural Gas Co, told the board of the Alaska Industrial Developme....
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Distribution system build out
LNG storage tank
Need to increase gas demand
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