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Agrium prepares to restart

...gas-supply worries, Agrium began looking at another option a few years ago -- construction of a coal-gasification plant to supply gas and energy for its fertilizer and ammonia plants. That project, still in feasibility studies, could be large enough...

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Nikiski LNG plant to close: ConocoPhillips, Marathon to cease exports, mothball facility

...outlook," he said. "The problem now comes in the winter time when cold, dark days hit Southcentral and we can't supply gas that the plant saved as a back-stop." Conoco Phillip's Dan Clark told The Associated Press that at its peak, about...

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Oil, gas issues simmer at town hall

...sponsoring several bills related to the in-state pipeline, said that if such a project were to come to fruition, it would supply gas to Alaskans for more than 100 years. The downside, he admitted, is that it might be quite expensive, depending on...

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ConocoPhillips buys Marathon's share of LNG plant in Kenai

...Peninsula, about 10 miles north of the city of Kenai and 60 miles south of Anchorage. ConocoPhillips and Marathon both supply gas to the plant with ConocoPhillips' gas coming from the Tyonek platform at the North Cook Inlet gas field and Marathon's...

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Lawmakers urge look at LNG license

...jobs on the peninsula. Hundreds of other exploration, production and oil field service jobs in Cook Inlet fields help supply gas to the facility. Operations contribute roughly $50 million in royalties and taxes to state and local economies, the...

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Cook Inlet share of Prudhoe gas up in the air

...market, the only viable alternative is a pipeline to the Lower 48. Then, you have the question of does a spin-off to supply gas to Cook Inlet make sense." Small said the Lower 48 states consumed roughly 22.1 trillion cubic feet of natural gas...

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