Port Authority had partner troubles
State evaluating whether to reconsider AGIA application; organization cites threats to original partners, search for replacements
The State of Alaska said in early January that an application by the Alaska Gasline Port Authority under the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act was not complete and would not go out for public notice.
The port authority requested reconsideration of its Nov. 30 application and its Dec. 18 supplemental ap....
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The quest for partners
Pressure not to apply
No application from LNG company
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