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Palin rejects ConocoPhillips natural gas pipeline plan

Gov. Sarah Palin has rejected a multibillion proposal by ConocoPhillips to build a natural gas pipeline linking the state's energy rich North Slope to Midwestern states, opting to stick with a plan by pipeline company TransCanada.
DOT head braces for busy year

...Pat Galvin was in pushing for a higher oil tax and just as Resources Commissioner Tom Irwin was in touting a natural gas pipeline plan. Von Scheben will likely be in front of several committees defending a bill designed to raise $140 million...
Author penning Palin book moves in next door next to Palin?s lakeside home in Wasilla. McGinniss previously wrote a critical expose on Palin and her natural gas pipeline plan for the Conde Nast publication Portfolio last year, and is planning a book about the former Alaska governor and...
Fact checking the fact check

...Associated Press again challenged the state's Alaska Gasline Inducement Act, under which the state is backing a natural gas pipeline plan being developed by TransCanada Corp. "An AP investigation found her team crafted terms that favored only a...
Judge rules against state in Point Thomson dispute

...year and begin production by the end of 2014. The gas is a crucial part of a proposed multibillion-dollar natural gas pipeline plan from the North Slope into Canada for delivery to the United States.
All-Alaska gasline drives candidate

...said the state's reliance on oil, which is running out, is the basis for his campaign and push for his the natural gas pipeline plan that he thinks has the best chance of success. "If (our economic driver) was fish, I wouldn't be running...
Rival author accused of leaking Sarah Palin manuscript

...including McGinniss. McGinniss, a best-selling author who also wrote a magazine expose on Palin and her natural gas pipeline plan, last year lived next door to the Palins in Wasilla for about three months while researching a book on Palin...
Bridge-supporting 'nobodies' fight on

...on. Surplus estimates are now at $1.2 billion, which the governor proposes to split between education, a natural gas pipeline plan - and transportation projects.
Natural gas pipeline battles may resume

Legislative opponents of Gov. Sarah Palin's natural gas pipeline plan are asking the Legislature to reconsider the endorsement it gave Trans-Canada Corp.'s plan just months ago. "All Alaskans...
Game plan: go home

House leaders abandoned plans to push through their favored natural gas pipeline plan, and Monday joined the Senate in adjourning the special legislative session called by Gov. Sean Parnell last month.In a post-session...


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