In-state gas pipeline bill already filed
Proposal stalled in Senate last year, but House leadership prepared to try again, this time proposing AGDC as standalone agency
Once crude oil began moving off Alaska’s North Slope in the mid-1970s, natural gas was supposed to follow. But Lower 48 natural gas prices crashed, dooming the 1980s project.
There have been proposals since, but none has been able to surmount the economic hurdle of moving gas off the North Slope —....
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The in-state proposals
Changing legislative requirements
House Bill 4
The big line project
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