Loan guarantee boosts line’s prospects
Congress authorized $18 billion in 2004, linked to inflation — or about $21 billion today; goal to lower cost of construction loan
Researcher/Writer for the Office of the Federal Coordinator
A federal loan guarantee authorized for the Alaska gas pipeline is intended to help smooth the path forward for what could be the world’s most expensive private project ever.
The guarantee joins other measures in federal law designed to ease the project ahead and lower its capital costs. The other m....
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