Lawmakers intervene on LNG exports
Seven Democrats ask the DOE not to extend the Nikiski export license until companies agree to address looming local shortfalls
For Petroleum News
A group of Democratic state lawmakers want the federal government to make liquefied natural gas exports from Alaska dependent on local needs being met first.
The three state senators and four state representatives sent letters to the U.S. Department of Energy and ConocoPhillips Alaska on July 8 sayi....
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