Crunch time for gas line in Juneau
Alaska legislative committees in end stretch for AGIA; North Slope producers ask for options in bidding on pipeline project
AGIA is in its final committees in the Alaska Legislature and with the finish line in sight the pressure is on legislators from both the administration and the North Slope producers.
The Alaska Gasline Inducement Act, the vehicle Gov. Sarah Palin plans to use to get a gas pipeline built to move Ala....
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House seeks flexibility as issue
Senate Finance wants more on table
Administration strikes back
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