Gas price not showstopper
TransCanada CEO doesn’t think slide is permanent, Alaska line still economic
For Petroleum News
The helter-skelter state of natural gas markets does not convince TransCanada Chief Executive Officer Hal Kvisle that North America is facing a price drop that will change plans for an Alaska gas pipeline.
Although gas is sliding toward half its 2008 peak in July, it is still strongly above last ye....
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