January 2011 Vol. 238 No. 1

Features

Persily Optimistic About Alaskan Gasline Project

There is an office in Washington DC whose work will not be apparent to many in the United States for several years; yet without the effort of the Office of Federal Coordinator for Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects it is highly doubtful this mother of all pipeline projects will ever come to fruition. It is very possible that if and when that valve is finally turned in 2020 or so, signaling that long-awaited historic start of transmission of Alaskan North Slope natural gas into Canada and throughout the U.S., most of the members who now staff that office will have either gone into retirement or other jobs. But even after 30 years of negotiating and planning and talking, t

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