Gas challenge for Cook Inlet utilities
With days of abundant supplies gone, storage developed to meet winter deliverability, but long-term supply availability an issue
In January 2009 a severe cold snap in Southcentral Alaska coupled with the failure of two gas compressors in Cook Inlet gas fields caused the rate at which gas could be supplied to local gas and power utilities to come close to falling below the rate at which gas was being consumed. In some ways thi....
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Supply and deliverability
Bi-directional flow in CIGGS
PRA supply projection
Cook Inlet LNG exports continued in 2012
Exports began in 1969
LNG plant has helped utilities
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