Port authority suggests parallel process
Bill Walker tells legislators they should hire experts to study an all-Alaska gas project themselves, not rely on administration
The Alaska Gasline Port Authority, whose LNG project is not being considered under AGIA, is urging the Alaska Legislature to hire its own experts and consider a liquefied natural gas project — in addition to the highway pipeline project by TransCanada that the administration is considering under Gov....
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