House Resources ponders AGIA concerns
Committee struggling with role of TransCanada in North Slope LNG project and concerns about how state can exit existing license
The Alaska Legislatureís House and Senate Resources committees continue hearings on the administrationís proposals to take an equity position in a North Slope liquefied natural gas project.
Senate Resources held back-to-back hearings through early February, with more scheduled, on the Heads of Agre....
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Issues around exiting AGIA
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