Alaska gas lines compete in Calgary
Denali to move regardless of special session; state argues against ‘comprehensive’ fiscal terms; TransCanada, BP both tout experience
Gary Park, Eric Lidji & Kay Cashman
The two North Slope producers looking to build a natural gas pipeline in Alaska plan to move forward even if the state awards a license to a competing project, according to a senior executive.
BP and ConocoPhillips announced plans in early April to spend $600 million over the next several years to p....
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Competing claims on experience
Race to the finish?
$13 billion subsidy under Murkowski contract
Conciliatory comments made by both sides
Enbridge wants a piece of the pipeline
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