Stevens doesn’t support initial LNG export
Says gas pipeline should be viewed as transportation system for 50 years; construction will encourage investment in hydrates
By Kristen Nelson
U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, told the Alaska Legislature Feb. 19 that he thinks “the window of opportunity” for a gas pipeline from Alaska’s North Slope to market “is rapidly closing” and encouraged legislators and the governor to “resolve the outstanding issues that you face as quickly as p....
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No chance for bridge shipper
Gas hydrates the goal
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