RCA considering new natural gas pricing regulations
Regulatory Commission of Alaska has scoping document out for public comment; regulations docket to follow; standard contracts, common in Lower 48, could guide future gas supply cases
After a decade of debates over how to price Cook Inlet natural gas, state regulators are considering new regulations to govern pricing provisions in future gas supply contracts.
Those regulations could include a standardized contract setting out terms for pricing and other provisions to allow region....
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