House Speaker pushes against AGIA, ACES
Chenault concerned about state wasting money on TransCanada project; wants recognition Alaska not competitive environment
For Petroleum News
House Speaker Mike Chenault wants some answers.
The Nikiski Republican wants to know whether a large-diameter natural gas pipeline is economical and whether itís time to put a on the shelf.
He wants to know whether the state is wasting money backing a project by TransCanada, supported under the Alas....
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