FERC gives Alaska requested gas waiver
State can obtain prearranged capacity releases for transporting royalty gas, facilitating switching from in-value to in-kind
The State of Alaska has gotten FERC approval for a fix to an issue which could have caused it problems in shipping royalty gas on a proposed natural gas pipeline and could also, the state feared, have caused uncertainty in open seasons for the line.
Over objections by Denali and ConocoPhillips, the....
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Conditions from shippers
Protests from Denali
State accepts some conditions
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