AGDC president outlines path forward; China deal is dead

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Interim Alaska Gasline Development Corp. Joe Dubler insists that Alaska is still making unprecedented progress towards a long-sought natural gas pipeline project despite the fact that the lead agency on the effort is downsizing significantly.

“I think we’re closer now than we’ve ever been” to making a gasline project happen, Dubler told House Resource Committee members on July 19.

AGDC officials informed the Journal July 10 that the quasi-state agency would be ending its work to secure customers and investors for the roughly $40 billion Alaska LNG Project, as well as closing its public and government relations department.

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