ANGDA considers gas supply cooperative
Cooperative would bring electric utilities together for negotiations; some utilities worry about initial exclusion of Enstar
Hoping to coordinate large natural gas purchases, and tackle a range of other issues, a state agency is looking into forming a supply cooperative among several electric utilities.
With a decision to press forward, the Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority would spend up to $250,000 setting up the....
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