Administration provides first biannual AGIA report
Revenue, DNR, conclude long-term economic outlook for TransCanada gas pipeline project ‘remains strong’, despite short-term price drops
The administration told Alaska legislators at the end of April that “the AGIA-licensed project remains on track and on schedule.”
“The economic outlook for the project remains strong despite the recent market volatility and short-term drop in natural gas prices. The combination of stable long-term....
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Recent gas prices volatile
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Unconventional gas grows
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