Experimental economics lab works to spur Cook Inlet exploration, production
A company wants to build a pipeline. It holds an open season. Producers decide whether to commit to the pipeline. With enough commitments the pipeline moves forward.
There might be a better way, though. Perhaps there is a system more appropriate for Alaska markets. But without a risk....
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Project came from state-industry roundtables
Real world nuances make the study challenging
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