TransCanada a go
AGIA application goes to Legislature; LNG doesn’t provide same benefits
The administration said May 22 that TransCanada’s AGIA application to build a gas pipeline from the North Slope to market maximizes benefits to Alaskans and is recommending that the Alaska Legislature approve issuance of a license.
With that announcement, what has been a six-month closed door analy....
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