TransCanada lobbies Congress for transport fees
In briefing prepared for members of Congress, company proposes that U.S. pays if pipeline fails to attract enough paying customers
Anchorage Daily News
A Canadian energy company seeking a state natural gas pipeline license has been actively lobbying in Washington, D.C., to have the federal government cover the cost of the project should the company fail to attract enough paying customers.
The lobbying suggests the federal support is more than just....
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