More questions than answers on CI gas
Senate Resources Committee hears industry and agency perspectives on concerns about natural gas supplies from the Cook Inlet basin
By Alan Bailey
Most people seem to agree on the scope of the problem, but finding solutions to the vexing question of ensuring adequate future energy supplies for the residents of Southcentral Alaska, given dwindling gas production and deliverability from the Cook Inlet basin, appears as far away as ever. And on....
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