What comes next?
Alaska wants to start staffing for its gas pipeline ownership entity
Petroleum News Editor-in-Chief
Alaska is moving ahead with fiscal negotiations for a natural gas pipeline project from the North Slope and expects to put a contract under the Alaska Stranded Gas Development Act before the Legislature this session.
The administration also wants to put money into preliminary staffing for the state....
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When a contract is ratified
Twelve positions for LLC by year-end
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