Natural gas line tested as investment
$420 million stake would not be the biggest for Permanent Fund; consultant advises waiting until gas begins to flow
By Wesley Loy
Anchorage Daily News
As Gov. Frank Murkowski and state lawmakers wrangle with major oil companies over tax terms for a proposed natural gas pipeline, trustees for the Alaska Permanent Fund are quietly pondering their own pipeline parlay.
On June 19, a Virginia energy consulting firm briefed the trustees on the idea of....
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