Chenault says gas tax could be addressed
House speaker pleased with AGDC launch based on HB 4, wants to keep politics out of gas line; says itís time to get out of AGIA
For Petroleum News
House Speaker Mike Chenault knows this upcoming legislative session could be pivotal toward advancing a natural gas pipeline project, be it an in-state gas line or a large-diameter line leading to an LNG terminus in Cook Inlet.
Since the Legislature adjourned in April last year, the Alaska Gasline D....
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