Withdraws AK right of way
TransCanada tried to reconstitute ANNGTC several years ago, Palmer says
As part of TransCanada’s separation of the old 1970s Alaska gas pipeline project and its application under AGIA, the company has withdrawn a state right of way application it filed in 2004, Tony Palmer, vice president Alaska business development for TransCanada, told the Senate Judiciary Committee F....
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Concurrence on tariff issue
Gas business very different 3 decades ago
1970s a time of gas shortage
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