OFC’s white paper on the Alaska project
Precedent agreements: What are they; how long do they take; why those for an Alaska gas project have different FERC requirements
Researcher/Writer, Office of the Federal Coordinator
The proposed Alaska natural gas pipeline projects are engaged in the “precedent agreement” phase of development.
A pipeline developer that has signed enough precedent agreements with enough shippers for enough of its pipeline capacity holds strong evidence that the market is willing to pay for the p....
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