AGIA moving forward
Clears first committees; Alaska legislators want approval rights, not just denial
By Kristen Nelson
The governorís Alaska Gasline Inducement Act has cleared its first committees in both the House and Senate. Senate Resources passed out a committee substitute for Senate Bill 104 April 1, followed closely by the House Special Committee on Oil and Gas which moved a committee substitute for House....
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Legislators stake out positive approval
Evaluation criteria based on cash flows
Rolled-in rates an issue
Revolving loan fund
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