Moving Alaska gas south from Canada
Pipelines exist in plenty from Canada into the Lower 48, a network in the US and Canada that has been built over the last 60 years
Researcher/Writer for the Office of the Federal Coordinator
What would happen to Alaska’s natural gas once it reaches the end of the proposed pipeline, 1,700 miles from Prudhoe Bay?
The gas would flow into a vast network of Canadian and U.S. pipelines assembled over the past 60 years.
Some key components of that network were built or expanded in the early 19....
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