Alaska moves ahead on natural gas issues
Funding closer for state project, private development negotiations
Petroleum News Government Affairs Editor
With less than seven weeks left in the session, Alaska lawmakers are moving toward funding — and expanding — the state’s efforts to get a natural gas pipeline built.
The Senate Finance Committee has approved a bill adding to the job of the Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority to include consider....
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Bill would give authority more time
More money possible later in session
Authority looks forward to additional funding
Senator prefers private ownership
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