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Alaska would implement no tax changes for the three North Slope oil producers for up to 45 years under a draft contract outlining terms for a proposed $20 billion pipeline to carry natural gas to the Lower 48.
The fate of a sweeping US energy reform bill remains uncertain, but BP PLC officials said that Congress needs to consider legislation that encourages construction of an Alaska natural gas pipeline.
TransCanada Corp., Calgary, renewed negotiations with the State of Alaska on the proposed Alaskan portion of the Alaska Highway Pipeline Project.
The fate of sweeping US energy legislation remains uncertain, but BP PLC said that Congress soon needs to consider legislation encouraging construction of a natural gas pipeline from Alaska's North Slope to the Lower 48.
Alaska Gov. Frank H. Murkowski reported that Enbridge intended to file an application with the state under the Stranded Gas Development Act that will allow Enbridge to enter into negotiations with Alaska over fiscal, taxation, royalty, and other terms related to the construction of a natural gas ...
With hydroelectricity at all time lows and power demand growing, western governors Friday called for construction of the natural gas pipeline from Alaska to the continental US, and an immediate assessment of gas availability and transmission capacity to determine if supplies will be adequate this
winter on a pipeline that will carry condensate from the Point Thomson Unit on Alaska’s North Slope to the Trans- Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS). The company said condensate production will start at a rate of 10,000 b/d. The pipeline will
Christopher E. Smith Pipeline Editor Alyeska Pipeline Service Co.'s 'Low Flow Impact Study' of the Trans- Alaska Pipeline System warns of potential operations and safety issues if flow rate on the line drops below 350,000 b/d. TAPS
OGJ Pipeline Editor HOUSTON, July 1 -- Alyeska Pipeline Service Co.’s ‘Low Flow Impact Study’ of the Trans- Alaska Pipeline System warns of potential operations and safety issues if flow rate on the line drops below 350,000 b/d. TAPS
Spare capacity in the Trans- Alaska Pipeline System could provide an outlet for the development of oil in shale formations on Alaska’s North Slope ( OGJ Online, May 4