Enstar to reposition pipeline crossing
5,000-foot horizontal directional drill at Susitna River will exceed the state record set by a previous Beluga pipeline project
Petroleum News Staff Writer
The rapid westward migration of the east channel of the Susitna River is forcing Enstar Natural Gas Co. to reposition more than a mile of the Beluga gas line that carries natural gas from the west side of the Cook Inlet to the Matanuska-Susitna Borough and Anchorage. The pipeline crosses the river n....
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