Noah tells legislators time to choose
Says Legislature funding too many options, confusing market; Irwin says information isnít in for standalone or AGIA line to market
Alaska legislators heard two different views in mid-December of what they should do about gas projects in the state: Harry Noah, the outgoing project manager for the stateís in-state gas project, said there were too many options in play and the stateís leaders need to make a decision.
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Estimates by summer
In-state line or renewable energy
Irwin for the administration
Corps working on EIS for standalone line
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