AGDC chief recaps visit from Chinese delegation as funding unresolved

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State officials leading the $43 billion Alaska LNG Project touted a productive visit from potential Chinese partners in the project while funding for the effort remains unresolved in the Legislature.

Alaska Gasline Development Corp. President Keith Meyer told reporters during a Thursday press briefing that a six-day trip to Alaska from March 25-30 by leaders of the state-owned Chinese companies Sinopec, Bank of China and China Investment Corp. was the foreign contingent’s opportunity to see for themselves that the Arctic-sourced LNG export plan is as achievable and real as Gov. Bill Walker’s administration has insisted.

Meyer said he expected the three companies to send “a couple handfuls of people” across the Pacific; 38 arrived.

AGDC chief recaps visit from Chinese delegation as funding unresolved

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