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Denali Pipeline Backers May Consider LNG Project if Pipeline Open Season Unsuccessful

BP and ConocoPhillips, developers of the Denali natural gas pipeline proposed for Alaska, have begun the process to conduct an open season for capacity on the pipeline. However, Platts LNG Daily [subscription required] reports that if the open season doe
April 8, 2010

BP and ConocoPhillips, developers of the Denali natural gas pipeline proposed for Alaska, have begun the process to conduct an open season for capacity on the pipeline. However, Platts LNG Daily [subscription required] reports that if the open season does not attract commitments for at least 85% of design capacity, project backers may consider other options, including connecting to an LNG export facility.

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