Forgotten Nikiski LNG targeted West Coast
1970s proposal, a project of California utilities, had full environmental review under the new National Environmental Policy Act
Researcher/writer for the Office of the Federal Coordinator
The plans called for a new liquefied natural gas plant along the industrial strip at Nikiski, Alaska.
Teams of scientists sampled soils, measured historic tsunamis, unfurled maps of seismic faults and described how to place a pipeline across Alaska’s roiling Cook Inlet to feed the export plant with....
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