Rate, cost issues raised in comments from public on AGIA
The administration is getting a lot of detailed questions and not a lot of positive feedback if the first few public comments to surface on the TransCanada AGIA application are any indication.
With more than 300 public comments on TransCanada’s Alaska Gasline Inducement Act application received by....
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