ANGDA has RFP out for Fairbanks line
Contract would study attaching a high-density plastic line to the end of planned spur line to provide Cook Inlet gas to North Pole
The Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority has put out a request for proposals for a study of the feasibility of a Fairbanks connector pipeline.
ANGDA Chief Executive Officer Harold Heinze told Petroleum News Aug. 27 that the work is in response to Gov. Sarah Palinís request that ANGDA see how it....
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RFP for work this year
EIS RFP to come
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