Alaska LNG heat could be right for Asia
Liquefied natural gas from Alaska North Slope gas could burn hotter than Lower 48 exports, which would be better for some buyers
Researcher/writer for the Office of the Federal Coordinator
Alaska North Slope gas exported to Asia could hold a key attraction over other U.S. LNG exports: The Alaska gas would burn hotter.
To adopt the gas industry’s jargon, Alaska’s liquefied natural gas would be somewhat “wet” or “rich” compared with the “dry” or “lean” gas other U.S. liquefaction plants....
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