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ConocoPhillips Considering a Range of Options for Kenai LNG Facility

Dan Clark, manager of Cook Inlet assets for ConocoPhillips, told the Anchorage Daily News that ConocoPhillips is considering a wide range of options for the Kenai LNG facility, including whether to renew its LNG export license in 2011. Other options for
September 16, 2009

Dan Clark, manager of Cook Inlet assets for ConocoPhillips, told the Anchorage Daily News that ConocoPhillips is considering a wide range of options for the Kenai LNG facility, including whether to renew its LNG export license in 2011. Other options for the facility include modifying the plant to accept LNG imports or using the facility for gas storage.

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