Cook Inlet LNG exports continued in 2012
An announcement by ConocoPhillips in February 2011 that the company was going to close the liquefied natural gas export facility at Nikiski on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula came as no surprise, given the tightening gas supply situation in the Cook Inlet basin. But the Fukushima nuclear disaster about a m....
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Exports began in 1969
LNG plant has helped utilities
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