On Alaska gas line, AEnergia asks ‘how?’
Long shot applicant explains details of AGIA proposal based on ‘paradigm shifts,’ partial state ownership and a lot of acronyms
AEnergia believes Alaska is asking the wrong question about a natural gas pipeline.
The debate in Juneau right now concerns who will build a gas pipeline in Alaska, when and if the time comes. To Bill Burkhard and Andrew Taber, principals of AEnergia, the question should be: “How will it get built?”....
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