Chugach blames stalemate on price
Electric utility facing supply shortages in 15 months, says price is the main sticking point in negotiations over new contracts
Chugach Electric Association doesn’t expect to secure much-needed natural gas supply contracts any time soon, the electric utility told state regulators recently, but said the only thing standing in the way is agreeing on a price with producers in the Cook Inlet basin.
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