So far, so good for CINGSA gas storage
Facility averted potential Southcentral Alaska gas delivery shortfalls during the past winter; utilities seek new supply contracts
The new natural gas storage facility operated by Cook Inlet Natural Gas Storage Alaska, or CINGSA, near the city of Kenai on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula played an essential role in filling what would otherwise have been shortfalls in Southcentral Alaska’s utility gas deliveries during the past winter,....
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