Gauging competing gas supplies
As summer winds down, Denali and TransCanada discuss competing gas projects across the Lower 48; offer updates on work already under way, planned at Alaska Oil and Gas Symposium
Following a rigorous summer of legislative hearings, public relations and field work, the two companies looking to build a gas pipeline from the North Slope are hunkering down for winter, preparing for next summer and considering the uncertainty on the horizon.
As Denali and TransCanada create more....
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Denali winding down summer
TransCanada starting to hire
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