June 2014, Vol. 241, No. 6


Alaska Governor Signs Bill Advancing Natural Gas Pipeline Project

Gov. Sean Parnell moved Alaska one step closer to a gas line by signing Senate Bill 138 on May 8. The bill advances a large-diameter natural gas pipeline project, allowing the state to become an owner in the Alaska LNG Project. It also provides for getting North Slope gas to Alaskans first, using local hire. Surrounded by state legislators, cameras, and heavy machinery, Parnell put his name on the bill at a pipeline training center in Fairbanks. “So with my signature today, Alaska will be on its way to becoming an owner in an Alaska LNG project, and the project will officially get underway,” Parnell said. The legislation that the governor signed into law will: R

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