Enstar looks at foothills bullet line
A 500 million cfpd pipe would connect to future Anadarko gas field; utility hopes to avoid a natural gas shortage in the Cook Inlet
Hoping to avoid a supply crunch predicted for Cook Inlet, Enstar Natural Gas Co. is planning a bullet line to deliver natural gas from northern Alaska to Anchorage, the Anchorage-based utility told members of the Senate Resources Committee on March 12.
Giving rough figures, Enstar estimated building....
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Prevent gas shortage
Advantages for Enstar, Anadarko
Possibility of adding large customers
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