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Legislature misses initiative hearing timeline

...at least 30 days before an election on initiatives scheduled to appear on the ballot. But it also calls for a legislative committee selected jointly by the presiding officers of the Alaska House and Senate to hold at least one hearing on initiatives...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-02-24/legislature-misses-initiative-hearin
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Alyeska looks at new ways to keep TAPS oil flowing

...shipped through TAPS to help manage a decline in throughput, the pipeline company's president told a state legislative committee Feb 5. TAPS is experiencing operating problems because of cooling of the crude oil due to the low throughput...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/node/14542
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In-state gasline planner revise proposal

...Development Corp."Now we see that the world is awash in natural gas liquids," he said in a presentation to a legislative committee Thursday.More shale gas has meant a glut of NGLs in the U.S. market, with prices falling by 60 percent...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-12-20/in-state-gasline-planner-revise-prop
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Offer made for LNG facility: State co-op, ANGDA explore options for natural gas

...help ensure future gas supply to regional utilities, the gas authority's CEO, Harold Heinze, told a state legislative committee in Juneau March 16. The LNG export license for the Kenai plant expires March 2011 and so far no application for...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/032110/new_499252234.shtml
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State of Alaska opens checkbook to public

...liberal Ralph Nader both support the plans to improve transparency in state government. Norquist testified before a legislative committee supporting the effort, as did Steve Cleary of the Alaska Public Interest Research Group. Visitors to the Online...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/021808/people_4299.shtml
People
Legislature opens hearings on oil tax

...credits to encourage in-fill drilling and more intensive development of fields now producing, Butcher told the legislative committee. The governor's proposed changes would reduce the industry's taxes by about $1 billion per year, according...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/021311/new_785170542.shtml
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Purchase of LNG plant worth considering

...needs are met during peak demand in the winter months. Harold Heinze, ANGDA's CEO, recently told a state legislative committee that the offer to buy the plant could follow two paths. The cooperative and ANGDA could buy the entire facility...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/032610/ope_500242809.shtml
Opinion
Gas, electric utilities explore shipping LNG to Southcentral

...feasible will be made in mid-2011, James Fueg, permitting manager for the Donlin development team, told a state legislative committee in a briefing on Oct. 27. A source of the gas is yet to be determined, but it could be imported LNG, he said...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/110910/new_733471133.shtml
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Lawmakers: Finishing in 90 days won't be easy

...said. "We get paid the same amount not matter what." Seaton said he thinks one result will be year-round legislative committee meetings and more special sessions. Looming on the near horizon is the natural gas line project. Five companies...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/121307/news_3790.shtml
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Two fish, one fish - dead industry?

...regional administrator for sustainable fisheries with the National Marine Fisheries Service, said during a state legislative committee meeting Thursday that his organization has already received hundreds of letters on the subject from all sides...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-09-04/two-fish-one-fish-dead-industry
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