TC Alaska license reaches Senate floor
Bill must be approved Aug. 2, or license fails; Bipartisan Working Group splits votes in ‘super committee’ vote to move bill
The TransCanada AGIA license edged out of the Alaska Senate Special Committee on Energy, the so-called super committee, by a vote of 7 to 5 the evening of July 30.
Senate floor debate was the next step; the Senate hadn’t gaveled in yet when Petroleum News wrapped up this issue midday July 31. The H....
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