IGU defers LNG plant expansion decision
Collapse in oil price because of COVID-19 raises uncertainties over gas demand in Fairbanks and questions over project economics
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The Interior Gas Utility has decided to postpone a final investment decision for the proposed expansion of the Titan liquefied natural gas facility near Point Mackenzie on Cook Inlet. The plant expansion forms part of the Interior Energy Project, an Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority....
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Concerns over the delay
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