Without support, Alaska gas line project at risk, Murkowski tells Canadians
Petroleum News Calgary Correspondent
An Alaska Highway gas pipeline is a vital part of a North American energy market, but without U.S. government subsidies the project could fold, Alaska Gov. Frank Murkowski told a Calgary conference Sept. 29.
Indicating he is confident a new U.S. energy bill will offer Alaska producers a guaranteed....
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