ANGDA having trouble getting funding
Senate refuses to add $5 million request to supplemental; CEO Heinze says grubstake bonds, selling partial interest are options
By Kristen Nelson
The Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority is having trouble getting $5 million it needs to move ahead with its Alaska Gas Market System from the Alaska Legislature. The Alaska Senate refused March 14 to add the money to the governorís oil and gas supplemental bill.
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