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A good start on gas line: Parnell now should get out of AGIA

Gov. Parnell recently acknowledged that, because of shale gas developments, Alaska must change course and export its gas to premium Asian markets. Owners of Lower 48 and West Coast Canadian liquefied natural gas receiving terminals are likewise accepting market realities … Continue reading

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Report from U.S. Senate Energy and Resource Committee Hearing on LNG Export

Last week I attended the U.S. Senate Energy and Resources Committee hearing, a committee which Senator Murkowski co-chairs. The topic of the hearing was LNG Exports from the United States. Witnesses testifying included representatives from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission … Continue reading

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Alaska Must Move Quickly to Secure Asian Markets

While Governor Parnell’s recent shift towards building a gasline to tidewater for LNG shipment to the lucrative Asian markets is good, with this shift must come a commitment to aggressively pursue Alaska’s LNG export project given the worldwide race to … Continue reading

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Alaska’s Municipalities Endorse All-Alaska Gasline

Some very exciting news this week. The Alaska Municipal League (AML),at their annual conference held in Fairbanks, passed Resolution No.2012-01 endorsing and encouraging the building of the large volume All Alaska Gasline /LNG project. This organization, which consists of 140 … Continue reading

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Governor Parnell Acknowledges Importance of Asian Markets

My phone was ringing off the hook last Thursday following Governor Parnell’s announcement acknowledging the importance of the Asian markets to the commercialization of Alaska’s natural gas. I was very pleased with his announcement and responded accordingly to the media … Continue reading

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