Bishop optimistic about big-inch pipeline
Fairbanks Republican favors Valdez for terminal, hopes to see competing utilities work together on Interior LNG trucking project
For Petroleum News
Click Bishop has been in the Senate nearly one year and he has quickly found himself in some of the state’s heavier hitting debates be it a statewide issue of oil taxes or discussions in his own backyard over how to implement a liquefied natural gas trucking delivery system to Fairbanks.
He also has....
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