More perspectives on the CI gas market
Banks says 470 bcf could be developed in existing fields; CEA wants resource management plan; ML&P pushes for state intervention
The Cook Inlet gas cliff — the apocalyptic graph that shows a precipitous decline in gas production over the next few years — has the capability of making even the hardiest resident of Southcentral Alaska shudder, as he or she sits in the warmth of a gas-heated home on a 20-below January evening.
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