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Pace of Legislature about to pick up

...Senate President Charlie Huggins said there's a high likelihood that HB4, a bill meant to advance an in-state gas pipeline project, will get two committees of referral in the Senate - once it reaches the Senate. It is still under consideration...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-03-31/pace-of-legislature-about-to-pick-up
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Assembly prepares to defend state capital requests

...road maintenance program for continued maintenance of existing roads statewide. ? Supporting a North Slope in-state gas pipeline project. ? Supporting a North Slope gas spur line to Cook Inlet. ? Supporting promotion, exploration and development...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-01-14/assembly-prepares-to-defend-state-ca
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Choices tough amid oil decline

...but not enough to do everything that people want. Alaska is pursuing several mega-projects, including an in-state gas pipeline project and a dam that would be among the largest built in this country in decades. That's not to mention community...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-01-28/choices-tough-amid-oil-decline
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State: Bullet line won't be cheap

...TransCanada or Denali consortiums to the Lower 48 is substantially delayed. Bob Swenson, manager of the Alaska in-state gas pipeline project, said capital costs for a 24-inch, 800-mile pipeline would range from $6.4 billion for a 24-inch...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/071110/new_674769834.shtml
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