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Propane has potential to power state, drive down energy costs

...6.8-liter V-10 Ford F-450 powered by propane autogas to sell. Real-life Hank Hills like Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority CEO Harold Heinze and legendary auto engineer Jack Roush, along with ROUSH Cleantech Vice President...
A path forward for the gasline

In his State of the State address last week, Gov. Parnell laid out a roadmap to realizing Alaska's long-held hope of natural gas development.
AK House passes $9.5 billion operating budget a violation of an agreement to settle a lawsuit over education quality. It deletes funding for the Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority, with language included a budget amendment earlier this week saying other state agencies have taken...
Hometown Heroes

ANGDA CEO to speak today Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority's CEO, Harold Heinze, will be the featured speaker at the Kenai Peninsula Builders Association's April general membership...
Business Briefs

...Commerce meets Wednesday at noon at the Kenai Merit Inn. The scheduled speaker is Harold Heinze of the Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority. For more information, call 283-7989. Sterling woman named Discovery Toys Team Leader; toy drive...
Voices of Alaska: Gas line milestones being met

Alaska's natural gas development is in an unparalleled era of progress, with many key milestones already met in 2010.
State boosts oil, natural gas pipeline budget

...current plan, although the state is taking the lead on doing preliminary engineering and permits. The Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority, a state corporation, is working on the spur line and could also help finance, or actually build...
KPEDD & The Alliance host Industry Outlook Forum

"Looking Forward to the Next Decade," is the theme of this week's Industry Outlook Forum sponsored by the Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District (KPEDD) and the Kenai Chapter of The Alliance. "We have forty five speakers signed up for the two day conference that includes the President of the State Senate Gary Stevens, Speaker of the House Mike Chenault, folks from the Governor's office, and representatives from every major industry on the Peninsula, plus major economists that will set the stage for what the future of Kenai Peninsula has in store, so it should be a pretty exciting forum. We've asked the presenters from government and industry leaders to tell us what they have planned for the next decade So we can compile this information into a planning document that will give us direction on how we can meet the needs," said KPEDD Executive Director John Torgerson. "We partnered with the Kenai Chapter of the Alliance who felt as we did that this event needed to available to the public free of charge, so the Kenai Chapter president Bob Favretto went to work raising funds from their membership to make that possible. We had limited space and only 168 seats available at the Challenger Learning Center, and they filled up fast but thanks to all the sponsors we were able to arrange it at no cost to the public," added Torgerson.
Williams wants local gas line

In a recent letter to Gov. Sarah Palin, Borough Mayor John Williams urges consideration of a natural gas pipeline land route to tidewater at Cook Inlet to tie into expanded liquefied natural gas facilities.
DNR staff tout AGIA process

Representatives from the Department of Natural Resources came to the central peninsula to give residents an idea of the progress the state is making toward the construction of a natural gas pipeline from the North Slope to Alberta, Canada, under the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act (AGIA).


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