Thumbs up for LNG
Big players say TransCanada bid problematic; Valdez line gets popular vote
Big players have commercial issues with TransCanada’s Alaska Gasline Inducement Act application while the state’s residents favor a pipeline to Valdez — and a focus on gas for in-state use.
That was the general picture from more than 300 comments the state received on TransCanada’s AGIA application....
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BG: Single Alaska custody transfer meter
BG: Stakeholder management issues
BG: Commercial concerns
Exxon funds economic analysis
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