Short circuiting a big gas pipeline
ANGDA chief Heinze responds to challenge from House Speaker John Harris to move in-state natural gas to Alaskans sooner
John Harris, speaker of the Alaska House, wants a way to get in-state natural gas to Alaskans sooner than the decade-plus a big gas pipeline from the North Slope could take to get sanctioned, built and operating.
At a Feb. 21 House open caucus Harold Heinze, CEO of the Alaska Natural Gas Developmen....
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Economics into Southcentral
North Slope gas exploration new
Point Thomson a possibility
No Prudhoe gas needed
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