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Big-line plans could affect in-state gas line bills

JUNEAU — A co-chair of the Senate Resources Committee says he thinks lawmakers weighing in-state natural gas pipeline proposals need to see what happens with a major gas line effort. Sen. Tom Wagoner says talk of in-state gas projects is … Continue reading

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Not getting my vote: The most expensive gas in Southcentral history

Editor’s note: Les Gara is an Alaska State House Representative. The following commentary appeared in his legislative e-newsletter on March 22, 2012. This week we started debating a gasline option that should be our last option of desperation, not our … Continue reading

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LNG News November 15, 2011

Where’s the Limit on LNG Exports? I attended the U.S. Senate Energy and Resources Committee hearing in D.C to hear firsthand, as this article points out, what the push back could be on the export of LNG from the U.S. … Continue reading

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Australia Adds 10.1K Jobs in October

Ten thousand jobs certainly has a nice ring to it. This article announces that ConocoPhillips, BG Group and Santos are moving ahead with $50 billion of LNG projects on Curtis Island in Central Queensland, Australia. Of course, along with this … Continue reading

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