Alaska gas line viable despite soft market
Consumption of natural gas declines in United States, increases worldwide, says economist Mark Finley in presentation of BP report
Anchorage Daily News
U.S. natural gas consumption has declined for two consecutive years, but that doesn’t necessarily mean chances for an Alaska gas pipeline are diminished, a BP economist said Sept.6.
While nothing is guaranteed, the long-term outlook is that the country — the world’s biggest natural gas user — will....
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