State lays out plan for bullet line
‘Action plan’ and a pair of bills would coordinate efforts toward construction of $4 billion gas pipeline into Southcentral; greatest state involvement in ‘bullet line’ efforts to this point
The Palin administration is taking a more active role in the construction of a $4 billion pipeline to deliver northern natural gas to communities along the Alaska road system.
Gov. Sarah Palin introduced two bills on Feb. 27 designed to “jump start” construction of an in-state pipeline, and on March....
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Bullet line is still large
Evolving involvement on plan
Bills designed for certainty
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