Yukon in holding pattern
Rights awarded to AustroCan; major exploration push awaits Mac, Alaska gaslines
For Petroleum News
The Yukon government freely concedes it needs both the Alaska and Mackenzie natural gas pipelines to proceed before there is any real hope of unlocking its natural gas potential.
Energy, Mines and Resources Minister Archie Lang has told conferences over recent years that construction of the two gas....
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