Sunday, March 2, 2008

Quiet Week for the Alaska Gas Pipeline

There was no big news this week as the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act (AGIA) public comment period continued.

Here's a few stories and links of interest:

Alaska’s Economy Might Boom if Palin Goes to Washington by PAUL JENKINS - Paul Outlines the upside for the Alaska Gas Pipeline if Gov. Palin runs for Vice President.

Consultant Urges Tax Stability for Natural Gas line Companies By Stefan Milkowski. The discussion always comes back to fair taxes and tax stability. Without that the pipeline will not get built.

Alaska Fiscal Woes Give Oil Firms The Upper Hand
By Robert Campbell - Analysis. A reality check for the Alaska State Budget without a Gas Pipeline.

ConocoPhillips' Exec Says it Will Move Forward with Gas Line By Chris Freiberg - ConocoPhillips is still moving forward. Good for them!

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