Interior lawmakers ask about gas options
Ramras and Coghill want to know how consumers will be protected if a bullet line is built after a trucking operation begins
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Fairbanks-area lawmakers want to know how state regulators would protect consumers if two separate efforts to bring northern gas to the Interior materialize in the near future.
If an in-state gas pipeline should come online after a proposal to truck liquefied natural gas to Fairbanks become operatio....
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Two plans for natural gas
What if both plans go ahead?
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