ANGDA presses onward
Public corporation looking past AGIA loss to open season, possible project partners, in-state use and off-take points, pipeline design
The Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority could be forgiven for appearing to be in limbo as the state and the public examines the results of the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act.
But CEO Harold Heinze said the game is still the same: move toward a spur line and prepare for open season.
“I’m not unha....
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