Murkowski keeps hand in on energy issues
Former governor talks gas pipeline, LNG export issues; favors negotiations with producers as best way to move gas project forward
For Petroleum News
Former Gov. Frank Murkowski left office under criticism for the way he handled oil tax and gas pipeline negotiations with North Slope producers BP, ExxonMobil and ConocoPhillips. Criticism continued years after he left office, but Murkowski, also a former U.S. Senator, steadfastly defends his approa....
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