AGDC ready to disband if Alaska LNG a ‘no-go’

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New Alaska gasline officials are prepared to break up the band if an internal review concludes the current iteration of the $43 billion Alaska LNG Project doesn’t pencil out.

Alaska Gasline Development Corp. President Joe Dubler told legislators during a Feb. 27 Senate Finance subcommittee meeting that the quasi-state corporation holding Alaska’s longtime hopes for a large natural gas pipeline project is in the process of scaling back while evaluating the technical and commercial viability Alaska LNG.

Dubler, who officially took the helm at AGDC Feb. 1, emphasized that Gov. Michael J. Dunleavy replaced four board members and hired him to “refocus the corporation.”

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