Enstar buying ANR Pipeline out of CINGS
Local gas distribution firm couldn’t reach commercial agreement with TransCanada subsidiary; will go it alone on gas storage
Enstar Natural Gas Co. began working with Houston-based ANR Pipeline Co. last year to develop gas storage in Cook Inlet. Enstar and ANR, a subsidiary of TransCanada, were to make a final decision by the end of last year on whether to proceed with construction of a storage facility.
By early April,....
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