AGPA releases LNG study

By Tony Gorman

The latest study in an All Alaska liquefied natural gasline was released earlier this week by the Alaska Gasline Port Authority.  The study conducted by the PDC Harris group predicted that households in Fairbanks and rural Alaska would save money on energy costs after converting to natural gas supplied from an All Alaska gasline.

According to the study,the average household in Fairbanks would save $3,000 annually if it switches to LNG.  As for rural communities, Bethel was chosen for the study.  It said in a 30-year period, the community the savings would range from $229-$886 million.

AGPA released a study earlier this year that compared the economics to other LNG markets.


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