TransCanada application out for comment
Public has 60 days to review; some of the suggestions in the application are responses to state’s request for creative solutions
TransCanada said in its Alaska Gasline Inducement Act application that assuming 4.5 billion cubic feet a day of gas is committed at an initial open season, the Alaska portion of the project would be a 750-mile long 48-inch diameter line with six compressor stations and five delivery points in Alaska....
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Schedule begins when license issued
Open season within 18 months
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