Gasline Port Authority and ANGDA sign agreement.


The Alaska Gasline Port Authority (AGPA) and the Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority (ANGDA) recently formalized a relationship between the two voter-approved entities via a Memorandum of Understanding.

"Alaskans working together is the best approach to developing a natural gas pipeline project. It ensures in-state distribution of Alaska's gas in the quickest possible time frame and does so in a manner that brings maximum benefit to Alaskans," said AGPA Chairman Jim Whitaker.

The AGPA, created by an overwhelming North Slope, Fairbanks and Valdez voter approval in 1999 to "build or cause to be built" a natural gas pipeline through Alaska...

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