Izzo: Short-term LNG could help spur line
A story in the Dec. 31 issue of Petroleum News quoted former Enstar CEO Tony Izzo as telling the Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority board that liquefied natural gas imported into Cook Inlet could kill a spur line because of the facilities costs involved — costs which would have to be borne by....
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Short-term import could fill gap
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