State, LNG owners look long term
After January agreement state backs 2-year LNG export license extension; state, plant owners looking at further extensions
The issue used to be what to do with surplus natural gas in Cook Inlet. In recent years the issue has been whether there will be enough gas to meet local needs. That concern prompted the State of Alaska to ask that specific conditions be met before the U.S. Department of Energy approved a two-year e....
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Industrial facilities built to deal with surplus natural gas
State has been negotiating
New drilling at Beluga
Marathon: role of plant in winter
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