Thursday, April 05, 2012

TransCanada Shifting Focus Of Alaska Gas Pipeline To Develop Potential For LNG Export

Sutherland LNG Law
Posted: April 5, 2012

An official for TransCanada told the Associated Press (carried via the Anchorage Daily News) that the company would like to shift the focus of its proposed natural gas pipeline to carry North Slope gas to an LNG liquefaction facility in southern Alaska, instead of transporting the gas into Canada. Under the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act, the change in the project is subject to approval by Alaska state officials.


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those idiots who raised all the hell about establishing an LNG terminal on the river can burn in hell.......that terminal would have brought a lot of prosperity to our region and our people but the crybabies couldnt stand it. Watch, McGee, your hero's administration is not only going to approve export from US pacific ports, they will also give tremendous incentive to those private companies who do it

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