Fisticuffs over FERC
AGIA or reliance on federal regulators — Alaska looks how best protect its interests
Does FERC protect Alaska’s interests in a gas pipeline? Or are the provisions in AGIA necessary?
That provoked a lively exchange at an Anchorage Chamber of Commerce-Alaska Journal of Commerce gas pipeline briefing May 27.
Rep. Jay Ramras, R-Fairbanks, said the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act duplica....
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