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State LNG take could be $3B by 2024

...the state's participation to be the same as its share of gas."Dyson did not pursue the question further, but a state official familiar with the agreement said this is one of several important loose ends that have to be nailed down as the deal...
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Governor considers state ownership of LNG plant

FAIRBANKS - Gov. Sean Parnell is considering state ownership of a gas liquefaction plant on the North Slope, a state official told a group of Interior citizens.Gene Therriault, deputy director of the Alaska Energy Authority, told the Lowell...
State official suggests fuel vouchers

ANCHORAGE - A state official says she would support free fuel vouchers as a way to bring immediate relief to villagers saddled with high fuel costs and food...
State official lays out in-state gas plan

JUNEAU - A state official charged with helping develop a small diameter natural gas pipeline from the North Slope to Cook Inlet said Tuesday the so-called...
Egypt: Strong explosion rocks police station and set up checkpoints to search for perpetrators, the official said.The death toll is expected to rise, a state official said, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the press. State TV called on...
Former gov steps in to smooth-over potential diplomatic issue and finally signed last December after extended discussions. But rather than the MOU being signed by a senior state official like DNR Commissioner Sullivan, it was signed by a middle-level official, then-state AGIA Coordinator Curt Gibson...
Ex-Gov. Murkowski: Environmentalists hurt development in Alaska

...production so far has come from state land, but the bulk of the potential resources belong to the federal government, a state official has said.President Barack Obama in 2011 directed his administration to hold annual lease sales in the National Petroleum...
Confirmation hearing held for Kemp

...have the boats coming in at $49.5 million apiece right now," Kemp replied - the most detailed cost estimate a state official has thus provided for the vessels.Kemp said the 350-foot Alaska-class ferry concept was deemed unworkable by...
Official: Competing apps could slow LNG project

...gas distribution in North Pole could slow decisions important to an overall liquefied natural gas trucking plan, a state official said.Gene Therriault, deputy director of the Alaska Energy Authority, told the Fairbanks City Council last week...
State official says ex-military dump could be dangerous

FAIRBANKS - A state Department of Natural Resources official says he believes chemical weapons testing equipment will be found at a former military dump site near Fort Greely. Robert Layne's assessment contradicts the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' characterization of the site as being mostly household waste. "All the debris on the site indicates testing equipment," said Layne, the agency's land manager for contaminated sites.


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