Yukon backs Alaska on gas pipeline, tells Canadian government to back off
Petroleum News Calgary correspondent
Yukon Premier Dennis Fentie has added his weight to Alaska Gov. Frank Murkowski by telling the Canadian government to stay out of the debate over subsidies for an Alaska Highway gas pipeline.
Speaking at the Far North Oil and Gas Forum in Calgary Sept. 30, he said Canada “should leave the Americans....
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