Alaska governor eyes tax breaks to spur Alaska-Lower 48 gas pipeline

10/09/2000
Click here to enlarge imageAlaska Gov. Tony Knowles has pledged to spend the rest of his term in office working to break ground on a natural gas pipeline in the next 2 years to move gas from Alaska's North Slope to US Lower 48 markets.Knowles said in August he intends to introduce legislation to lower tax barriers for potential stranded gas projects such as a pipeline to the US Lower 48 and gas-to-liquids (GTL) facilities.Getting Alaska's natural gas to market with such a project, Knowles said, could create thousands of jobs for Alaskans, new industries for the state's economy, and hundreds of millions of dollars for state services and for the state's Permanent Fund.20-y...
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