Looking to share TAPS corridor
ANGDA has URS working issues of proximity to trans-Alaska oil pipeline, should spur line be built from Delta Junction to Glennallen
The Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority, known as ANGDA, has been looking at ways to get natural gas to Southcentral Alaska using a spur line off a main gas pipeline to be built to take North Slope natural gas to market.
If the main line goes to Valdez, a spur could come off at Glennallen and....
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