ANGDA and Enstar wait and work
Organizations haven’t met since announcement of in-state pipeline partnership, but agree on work needed to advance the project
In the three weeks since Gov. Sarah Palin announced a public-private partnership to build an in-state gas pipeline within five years, the organizations involved share a view of the near term work needed to advance the project, but continue to pursue independent ventures.
“We’re continuing with the....
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