Alaska could lose out to LNG
FERC chairman concerned political complacency and influx of LNG could see Alaska gas pipeline delayed by two years or scrapped altogether; top federal energy agency disagrees
For Petroleum News
Complacency among Alaska lawmakers and the expected rapid growth in U.S. imports of liquefied natural gas could delay completion of an Alaska natural gas pipeline by two years and perhaps derail the project altogether, says U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Joseph Kelliher.
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