Gas plant totals 1/3 of project cost
Estimated at $12 billion, treatment plant would be one of world’s largest; three years of sealifts likely required for 270,000 tons
Researcher/Writer for the Office of the Federal Coordinator
About one-third of the Alaska gas pipeline project cost has little to do with physically burying steel pipe along hundreds of miles of the northern continent.
Instead, this major piece of the overall project would center on a 120-acre patch at the Prudhoe Bay oil field that would house a massive co....
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Clean, chill, compress
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