Palin asks money for bullet line study
Says AGIA designed to connect Alaskans with North Slope gas; bullet line one of a number of in-state energy options to be reviewed
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said April 4 that she would be asking the Legislature for $6 million to $8 million to update a bullet line study.
A bullet line, or small-diameter natural gas pipeline, would carry North Slope natural gas south for in-state use.
Interest in gas for in-state use has been gro....
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Alaska energy plan being developed
Bullet line study has been done
AGIA would link Alaskans to gas
Lawmakers favor own bullet line study
Bullet line would be smaller
Some studies available
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