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Federal coordinator says Alaska's gas line plan must keep momentum

JUNEAU - Federal gas pipeline coordinator Drue Pearce said Monday she believes Gov. Sarah Palin's gas line plan is working - so far. Pearce also told the Senate Resources Committee that the momentum must continue or Congress could intervene...
Palin outlines gas line plan

Gov. Sarah Palin blasted former Gov. Frank Murkowski's abortive gas line contract in her highly anticipated inaugural State of the State speech on Wednesday.
Palin unveils gas line plan

Alaska can no longer idly sit on its massive reserves of North Slope natural gas and watch as the nation imports energy supplies, Gov. Sarah Palin said Friday.
Palin confident of gas-line plan

Gov. Sarah Palin has a simple message for federal lawmakers concerned about meaningful movement toward building a natural gas pipeline: All is well.
Oil companies try to sway gas line plan

Oil companies holding leases on North Slope natural gas are asking the Alaska Legislature to keep them in the lead in the quest to build a gas pipeline.
House quizzes governor on gas line plan

Gov. Sarah Palin's administration gave lawmakers four reasons Tuesday why the state should offer a $500 million incentive to the winning bid for a natural gas pipeline.
BP speaks out against Palin gas line plan

Oil company BP PLC on Saturday made a strong public statement against Gov. Sarah Palin's gasline legislation in a hearing before state lawmakers.
Lt. Gov. candidates split on gas line plan

Republicans trying to choose a lieutenant governor candidate may want to first choose their favored gas pipeline project.
Build gas pipeline and provide free health care

I am writing in response to Sunday's Associated Press article, "Palin unveils gas line plan." I agree with Gov. Sarah Palin's decision on the gas pipeline project. It is imperative that we go on with this project...
State lawmaker to provide peers' pipeline lessons

...companies involved. The urgency is great because Gov. Sarah Palin is expected to offer legislation for a new natural gas line plan in a few weeks. Meanwhile, 20 percent of the lawmakers are in dire need of a crash course in natural gas pipelines...


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