Ivan River plan out for public comment
Union Oil applies for new gas storage lease; would store gas in Beluga gas sand; storage would be for company use, not third party
Up to 3 billion cubic feet of natural gas storage would be added to the 32.8 bcf of storage already in place in Alaska’s Cook Inlet under a proposal by Union Oil Company of California, a Chevron subsidiary, for storage at the company’s Ivan River unit northeast of Beluga on the west side of Cook Inl....
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