Noah: standalone line work on schedule
Parks Highway route selected because it is shorter, could cost less; gas conditioning in Cook Inlet, at PBU facilities, considered
Harry Noah, special manager of the in-state gas pipeline project, told Alaska legislators Dec. 16 that the standalone or bullet line — a project which would deliver gas just within Alaska, not to outside markets — is on schedule to meet what he called a very aggressive schedule to put the package of....
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