Legislature down to wire on governorís gas pipeline bill
Alaska House, Senate Finance committees have substitutes with administrationís AGIA changes; amendment process next
The Alaska Gasline Inducement Act ó Gov. Sarah Palinís plan to get a North Slope gas pipeline project moving ó was in its final committees as Petroleum News went to press May 10.
This session of the Alaska Legislature ends May 16 and the bills have to be approved by the House and Senate, and any di....
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Change in requirement to accept FERC certificate
Amendments to project plan
Fiscal certainty, flexibility still producer issues
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