Lawmakers up LNG exports concern
In late comments to the DOE, a group of Democratic lawmakers asks that 2008 settlement agreement be extended through 2013
For Petroleum News
The State of Alaska backed liquefied natural gas exports in 2008 after ConocoPhillips and Marathon contractually agreed to meet local supply needs and other terms.
Now that those companies want to continue exporting LNG through 2013, a group of Democratic state lawmakers believe they should also be....
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Settlement reached in 2008
Are the concerns addressed?
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