Village corporations seek pipeline help
Coalition controls 100 miles of gas line route along Alaska Highway, wants partner to help pursue jobs, training for megaproject
For Petroleum News
A coalition of Alaska Native village corporations is seeking help in pursuing employment and other opportunities should a natural gas pipeline be constructed through their region.
The four corporations are arrayed along the Alaska Highway between Delta Junction and the border with Canada.
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