Slowing the bullet
State wants ANGDA to hold off on EIS until results come for route analysis
The Palin administration is asking the Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority to consider alternate routes for a natural gas pipeline to serve markets within the state.
The request came out during an April 8 debate between the ANGDA board of directors and Harry Noah, the in-state gas line coordina....
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