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Vol. 14, No. 37 Week of September 13, 2009
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


No decisions yet on LNG

The future of the Nikiski LNG plant hinges on the supply situation for Cook Inlet natural gas

Alan Bailey

Petroleum News

The owners of the LNG plant at Nikiski on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula are still evaluating whether to apply for renewal of the federal LNG export license that expires in March 2011, Dan Clark, manager of Cook Inlet assets for ConocoPhillips, told Petroleum News Sept. 4. Marathon Oil Co. and ConocoPhill....

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No conclusion yet

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