If gas doesnít move, Congress could act
Federal Coordinator Drue Pearce tells Alaska legislators a lot of questions in D.C. about why gas pipeline hasnít yet been built
The State of Alaska is working through its Alaska Gasline Inducement Act, evaluating an application from TransCanada that the administration deemed complete under the law in a process the state hopes will jumpstart a line to take North Slope gas to market.
Federal Coordinator Drue Pearce got severa....
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Office coordinating AGIA comments
Office established in 2004
Michael Baker Jr. first contract
Turnover to BLM
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