Alaska’s former Senator Ted Stevens’ position on the gas line has changed since he was last in front of Congress. Making a rare Anchorage appearance on March 12th, Stevens shared his new ideas on “The Future of Alaska’s Natural Gas” at a luncheon hosted by Commonwealth North. Pushing for a bullet line to be built to Kenai, Stevens says Alaskans need to focus on getting a gas line built fast and exporting the gas to Asia where the demand is the greatest.
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RECORDED: Friday March 12, 2010
AIRED ON KSKA: Thursday March 18, 2010 at 2:00 p.m.
REPEATS: Wednesday, March 24, 2010 at 9:00 p.m.
SPEAKER: Ted Stevens, former Alaska Senator
HOST: Commonwealth North
Addressing Alaskans PARTNERS and PAST HOSTS:
- Anchorage Chamber of Commerce
- Alaska Design Forum
- Alaska World Affairs Council
- Anchorage Economic Development Corporation
- BIONEERS in Alaska
- Commonwealth North
- Cook Inlet Historical Society
- Renewable Energy Alaska Project
- University of Alaska Anchorage – 49th State Fellows
- University of Alaska Anchorage – Alaska WWAMI
- World Trade Center of Alaska
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