Pearce steps down as gas line coordinator
President asked for resignation; legislative aide Persily says feds are checking his background for ‘possible federal position’
For Petroleum News
Drue Pearce, the first and so far the only person to hold the position of federal coordinator for Alaska natural gas transportation projects, announced Nov. 16 she’ll vacate the job at the request of President Obama.
Immediate speculation about her replacement centered on Larry Persily, a Juneau res....
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