FERC’s 6th gas pipeline report positive
Cites ‘substantial progress’ on development of Alaska gas pipeline over past 6 months; still concerned over multiple projects
As FERC issued its sixth semiannual report to Congress on progress on an Alaska gas pipeline Aug. 29, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Joseph Kelliher called progress “substantial” but said the agency was still concerned about the challenge of reviewing multiple applications.
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