Spencer Hosie: Alaska has no gas line because Exxon doesn’t want one; state will prevail in Point Thomson litigation
Alaska doesn’t have a gas pipeline because ExxonMobil doesn’t want to build one, a top U.S. trial attorney told the Alaska Senate Judiciary committee on May 7. “If they wanted a pipeline, you’d have a pipeline,” said Spencer Hosie, a senior partner in San Francisco’s Hosie Frost Large & McArthur.
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