Gara concerned about contract outcome
Anchorage Democrat likes Alaska LNG project over in-state line; wants more instructions on negotiations in enabling legislation
For Petroleum News
House Rep. Les Gara said he likes the prospects of getting a natural gas pipeline built to a liquefied natural gas plant in Cook Inlet. But heís not so sure Gov. Sean Parnellís Senate Bill 138, plus the memorandum of understanding signed with TransCanada and the heads of agreement signed with North....
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