Multiple bids received in open season
TransCanada’s Tony Palmer describes initial open season bids as from ‘major industry players and others for significant volumes’
It was question which evoked thoughts of a worst-case scenario: what if the AGIA-licensed Alaska Pipeline Project got no bids in its initial open season?
According to the terms of the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act, the TransCanada-ExxonMobil project is required to continue through receipt of a Fede....
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ANGDA has placed bid
Bid authorized in June
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