Uncertain future for Southcentral gas
Utilities take stock of the evolving gas supply situation, with declining production from aging fields and new gas storage planned
As fall gales blow the leaves from the trees in Southcentral Alaska and local residents prepare for the oncoming winter, the power and gas utilities face what is becoming an annual spin of the natural gas supply roulette wheel, assessing the possibility of a winter cold snap sufficiently severe to p....
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