CINGSA reflects on first year of use
New Kenai Peninsula gas storage facility provided an essential service for Southcentral utilities in bolstering winter gas supplies
In a plan of development, filed with the Alaska Department of Natural Resources in January, Cook Inlet Natural Gas Storage Inc., operator of the new natural gas storage facility on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula, reflected on its experiences during 2013, the facility’s first full year of operation. The fa....
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