Saturday, March 12, 2011

Arctic Gas Headlines

Mackenzie bounces back - First Oil 2018, Construction in 2013 claimed. Sounds good to me.

Mackenzie pipeline wins federal cabinet approval after years of delay

"The next step will be for the project’s backers, which also include ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, Shell and the Aboriginal Pipeline Group, to resume negotiations with the federal government over a fiscal framework."
Where have I heard that before?

Point Thomson Talks Continue - Important source of Alaska gas for the pipeline.

Global LNG-Japan tsunami bullish for Asia LNG spot market
LNG and fuel oil to fill the gap.

Denali Alaska pipeline project to miss deadline

FERC reports to Congress on the Alaska Gas Pipeline
TC Alaska has stated that it is intensifying its efforts to finalize its project design and compile the information necessary to file a complete application with the Commission in October 2012.
Mine Wants to Build Gas Pipeline From Cook Inlet - The next pipeline project?
NovaGold says it wants to build a natural gas pipeline from Cook Inlet to provide power to its Donlin Creek Mine near the Kuskokwim River

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