Good news for Alaska
Study expects 42% unused space in gas lines out of Alberta, B.C. by 2018
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A natural gas pipeline from Alaska to Lower 48 markets holds the key to heading off a looming plight for the five export pipelines out of Western Canada, which could face 42 percent unused capacity by 2018, says a new study by the Canadian Energy Research Institute.
In a capacity outlook for Wester....
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Oil sands expected to consume more natural gas
Multiple markets for Alaska
Tariff estimated at $2.69 per mcf
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