Hawker sees hope for gas project
What’s different this time is Point Thomson resolution, producers working together and innovative concept of pipe within a pipe
For Petroleum News
One look at Rep. Mike Hawker’s office bookshelves and the story of a debate on an Alaska natural gas pipeline unfolds.
The shelves are teeming with three-ring binders on pipeline and oil tax legislation since he took office in 2003. This year, the Legislature is again debating a pipeline project, t....
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