AGIA, TransCanada on legislators’ minds
As legislators get overview of agreements for Alaska LNG Project, some asking why state doesn’t look for new pipeline partner
The departments of Natural Resources and Revenue have begun walking Alaska legislative committees through the heads of agreement and the memorandum of understanding for the Alaska LNG Project announced by Gov. Sean Parnell Jan. 10.
Legislators had numerous questions for Revenue Commissioner Angela....
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AGIA phased out
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