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Vol. 15, No. 17 Week of April 25, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Imports and exports? Imports or exports?

LNG exports provide storage and the LNG plant can be used for imports if production declines persist, but is it either-or?

Eric Lidji

For Petroleum News

When policymakers discuss contingency plans for Cook Inlet natural gas, the liquefied natural gas plant in Nikiski is commonly brought up as being a short-term solution for two problematic declines: deliverability during peak demand and overall production. Are those solutions mutually exclusive? Bob....

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