Legislators told GTL a no-go for ANS gas
Gas-to-liquids plant on North Slope could cost $40 billion, would be several times size of any currently operating commercial plant
By Kristen Nelson
Alaska legislators, interested in seeing natural gas move off the North Slope, are looking for an alternative in the event a natural gas pipeline isnít built.
Gas to liquids is a technology that has been discussed for ANS gas, and Rep. Paul Seaton, R-Homer, arranged speakers for a March 2 House....
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