TC Alaska passes House
Go with highway line, but don’t forget LNG, legislators say in letter of intent
By Kristen Nelson
The Alaska House has given the administration somewhat schizophrenic support for granting an AGIA license to TransCanada Alaska: The House voted to approve the license 24-16 on July 22, but on reconsideration July 23 the immediate effective date did not pass — and the House then voted unanimously....
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