A continuing Cook Inlet gas-price saga
There’s no competitive spot market but with pressure on supplies, prices are likely to continue rising for utility customers
Decades ago, encouraged by exceptionally low prices for natural gas from the Cook Inlet basin, gas became the fuel of choice for heating buildings in much of Southcentral Alaska, while gas-fired generation became the favored source of electrical power. But the last 10 years have seen major increases....
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Peaked in 2009
Glut of gas
The gas war
Henry Hub pricing
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