Legislators get quarterly LNG update
All parties concerned by slow progress on commercial negotiations; work on technical side progressing as expected; 48-line an issue
Progress is being made on the technical side of the Alaska LNG project, but legislators, the administration and producer partners in the project all noted the slow progress of negotiations for commercial terms at a Sept. 9 quarterly project update to the Senate and House Resources committees. And re....
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