The long unrealized Gubik gas line
Enstar-Anadarko stab at bringing foothills gas to Anchorage comes from long line of development ventures dating back 60 years
If Enstar Natural Gas Co. and Anadarko Petroleum Corp. successfully build a bullet line from the foothills of the Brooks Range to Anchorage, it would prove up an old oil patch theory.
On and off again for more than 50 years, business leaders in Alaska have wondered whether markets along the Railbelt....
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An early exploration adventure
Early attempts to develop failed
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