IGU gets Houston LNG proposal
from Knik, Siemens for new plant
On Aug. 21 Knik Tribe and industrial manufacturing company Siemens presented to the board of the Interior Gas Utility a proposal for the construction of a liquefied natural gas plant near Houston, next to a spur of the Alaska Railroad. LNG would be transported to Fairbanks by rail in support of an e....
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Siemens under contract to Knik Tribe
Three potential gas sources
Range of price possibilities
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