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Begich Calls for Federal Review of ‘Fairbanks Four’ Case
Joins AFN and TCC to Request Federal Involvement ...











Alaska Delegation Urges DOE to Approve Alaska LNG Export Application
U.S. Sens. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, Mark Begich, D-Alaska, and Congressman Don Young, R-Alaska, last week called on the Department of Energy to expeditiously approve a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export license to ensure Alaska’s stranded natural gas resources reach market. In a letter sent to Director of the Division of Natural Gas Regulatory Activities John Anderson, the delegation detailed the Alaska LNG Project’s plans to export LNG to both free-trade agreement (FTA) and non-free trade Agreement (non-FTA) countries, as well as its importance to the state’s future. “The Alaska LNG Project would be the largest integrated natural gas, LNG project of its kind ever designed and constructed, with an estimated cost of $45 billion to $65 billion,” the delegation wrote. “No other single project is as important to Alaska’s economic future as this massive infrastructure project.” The developers of the Alaska LNG Project – Exxon Mobil, C











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Begich Pushes Indian Health Service to Settle Contract Disputes, Alaska Tribes Awarded an Additional $37 Million
Contract Support Cost Settlements in Alaska Now Approaching $500 Million ...














 
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