Legislature wants more AGIA information
TransCanada says House Bill 142 appears to violate AGIA license agreement; bill wants administration to defend economics, spending
AGIA, the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act, is back on the table in Juneau. The House Finance Committee heard House Bill 142 on April 4; it creates “a rebuttable presumption” that the project licensed under AGIA “is uneconomic because of insufficient firm transportation commitments during the first ope....
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