State wants stake in oil pipeline
Gov. Frank Murkowski has been saying for months that the state should own a piece of the proposed natural gas pipeline.
Now heís touting another idea: buying a share of the 800-mile trans-Alaska oil pipeline.
Itís a concept state political leaders have kicked around since before oil starting slidin....
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Ownership would produce savings
Pipeline valued at $3 billion
BP holds largest share
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