TransCanada only interested in part of deal
Pipeline company does not believe it worthwhile to move on to FERC certificate if initial open season fails to draw sufficient gas
TransCanada is interested in participating in the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act application process — but not as the administration is currently proposing that the AGIA process would work.
“We are concerned with regards to AGIA’s proposed obligation on the licensee to proceed to obtain a FERC certif....
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Issue: hundreds of millions
Galvin: AGIA appeal to a number of parties
Galvin: goal is competition
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