Please be advised that the August 21st IGU Work Session & Special Board meeting will be held in the Council Chambers at the City of Fairbanks, 800 Cushman Street. You can see the meeting packet and agenda on the Board Docs page.
The August 7, 2018 board of directors meeting recording is now available. The meeting agenda and board packet are also available on this page. Listen to the recording now.
Did you know we moved our offices? We are no longer based on Cushman Street. Our new office is at 3408 International Street Fairbanks, Alaska 99701. Our phone number and email have remained the same.
Our next board meeting is Tuesday, August 7th. It will be held at 100 Cushman Street, Suite 501. See announcement below.
Want to listen to the full recording of the July 17th board meeting. Check out the meeting docs for copies of the agenda, meeting packet and audio file.
Anchorage, AK – The Energy for All Alaska Group recently toured the Interior Gas Utility 5.2 million-gallon LNG tank, located in the Fairbanks North Star Borough. The double-walled tank is scheduled to be operational by fall of 2019. The above exerpt is from YourAlaskaLink.com. Read the full article now.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Progress has been made on Interior Gas Utility's Liquefied Natural Gas storage tank. The LNG storage tank sits just off Peger Road in South Fairbanks. Standing 84-feet high and spanning 100-feet across, the tank will hold 5.25 million gallons of the liquefied natural gas when it is completed in fall 20-19. The above [...]
The Interior Gas Utility has completed its nearly $60 million purchase of Pentex Alaska and its subsidiary, Fairbanks Natural Gas. The IGU board of directors... The above excerpt is from the KUAC.org website. Read the full article now.
News-Miner opinion: The merger is complete. The Interior Gas Utility now owns Fairbanks Natural Gas and Pentex Natural Gas Co. The $60 million deal closed Thursday. The above excerpt is from the Fairbanks Daily News-miner. Read the full article now.
The state and a Fairbanks-based utility sealed a $61.3 million sale Wednesday in a step toward reducing wood smoke and energy costs in Fairbanks with imports of natural gas, an official said. The above excerpt is from the Anchorage Daily News. Read the full article now.