Fauske: AGDC cheaper than doing nothing
Report on bullet line due to Alaska Legislature July 1; more money will be needed to validate plus or minus 30% number in report
The Alaska Gasline Development Corp. will give the Alaska Legislature a report on July 1 pegging the cost of an in-state gas pipeline so legislators can decide whether to proceed with the project.
Moving ahead would involve marketing the plans and permitting, which AGDC has done to a private concer....
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Financing options under review
Not just one project
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