Administration provides update on AGIA
Galvin says Alaska gas viewed as game changer for shale gas, not vice versa; TransCanada holding off FERC because of cost concerns
Have economic and market conditions changed since the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act was passed in 2007 and the Legislature approved granting an AGIA license to TransCanada in 2008?
That was the concern Reps. Jay Ramras, R-Fairbanks, and Craig Johnson, R-Anchorage, had in introducing House Concurren....
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Should decision be revisited?
Palmer: cost and schedule
The pre-file issue
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