Lots of ideas, but not much time, to address Cook Inlet gas crunch

the Cannery Loop natural gas storage station
The Cook Inlet Natural Gas Storage Alaska facility in Kenai stores gas produced when demand is low, in the warmer months. The purchase agreement includes ENSTAR’s majority share in CINGSA. (Shaylon Cochran/KDLL)

A variety of proposals are moving through the state House and Senate aimed at alleviating a coming shortfall of Cook Inlet natural gas.

“We’re seeing a number of bills that are looking at how to address this,” Sen. Bill Wielechowski,…

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