ANGDA worried about incurring damages
Public corporation hopes to avoid falling victim to ‘non-compete clause’ in AGIA; plans to work with any successful pipeline
The Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority is hoping to avoid becoming an unintended victim of a “non-compete clause” in the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act, or AGIA.
The state legislature is currently in special session to decide whether to give the Calgary pipeline company TransCanada a license to....
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Work with TransCanada
Wetlands work one-fifth done
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