FERC weighs in on AGIA
Says in fifth Alaska gas pipeline progress report to Congress that moving to certificate without shippers ‘less than desirable’
By Kristen Nelson
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has weighed in on a crucial aspect of AGIA — and found it “less than desirable.”
FERC said Feb. 19 in its fifth semi-annual report to Congress on progress on an Alaska gas transportation project that because the Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline Act of 2004 est....
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Technical conference in January
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