Yukon Pacific downsizes gas project
New plan would cost $9.5 billion; company looking to producers, pipeline companies or state development authority to build project
Yukon Pacific Corp. has downsized its proposed gas export project — to 1.4 billion cubic feet a day and a project cost of $9.5 billion. But, Paul Fuhs told the House Special Committee on Oil and Gas March 14, Yukon Pacific doesn’t plan to build the project, and looks to either the producers or a gro....
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