Palmer tells legislators ANNGTC only Alaska, and not using any old permits
Alaska legislators have had a lot of questions about the TransCanada application under the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act or AGIA; Feb. 6-7 they got a chance to ask those questions of Tony Palmer, TransCanada’s vice president for Alaska business development, who talked to Senate Resources and the Hou....
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