Pearce warns of infrastructure delays
Federal coordinator says competition not biggest threat to gas line; says costly delays could kill it if needed work not done first
Of the things that could get in the way of an Alaska gas pipeline happening this time around some can be managed or will be taken care of by the markets, Drue Pearce told the Resource Development Council.
But, she said, one thing that could kill the project is under the state’s control — needed inf....
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