Two Prudhoe gas owners looking at ‘options’ under AGIA
Before the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act was signed into law by the governor on June 7, the three major Prudhoe gas owners said they would not submit a bid to build a pipeline from the North Slope under AGIA as it was written. Representatives from BP, ConocoPhillips and ExxonMobil all testified befo....
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