RCA holds workshop on gas storage issues
Cook Inlet Natural Gas Storage, Enstar, electric utilities, wrestle with how third-party storage should be regulated, role of RCA
Regulation of third-party natural gas storage is an issue which could hold up construction of such a facility in Southcentral Alaska. Third-party gas storage, with gas injected during warmer months and drawn down in colder months, would help manage the area’s seasonal swing in natural gas use.
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Enstar spearheading effort
Enstar biggest user
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