Alaska Senate Passes Gasline Legislation

The Alaska Senate on Tuesday passed Senate Bill 138, the Alaska governor’s legislation to advance a large-diameter Alaska natural gas pipeline project.

Specifically, the bill provides the framework for Alaska to become an owner in the Alaska LNG project and move the project into the Pre-Front End Engineering and Design (Pre-FEED) stage.

I applaud the Senate for voting today to advance the Alaska LNG project and ensure Alaska’s gas is maximized for Alaskans’ benefit,” Governor Sean Parnell said.

Our legislation paves the way for Alaskans to become owners in the project and ensures an open, public process going forward. I look forward to working with the House in the coming weeks to pass our legislation on Alaska’s terms and in Alaskans’ interests.”

LNG World News Staff, March 19, 2014; Image: alaska.gov

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