Owners ask for more time to export LNG
ConocoPhillips and Marathon make case to DOE for more time to ship approved volumes, point to broad local support for extension
For Petroleum News
The owners of the liquefied natural gas facility in Nikiski have formally asked the U.S. Department of Energy for more time to ship Alaska LNG to markets overseas.
ConocoPhillips and Marathon submitted an application on June 8 for a two-year extension of the export license, asking the federal govern....
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