Dan Bross, KUAC – Fairbanks
The Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority is backing away from the Beluga to Fairbanks gas line pipeline project it’s been pursuing for the last year and a half. The ANGDA Board, meeting yesterday in Fairbanks, voted to stop work.
The decision to drop the B2F project reflects the state legislature’s creating and funding a new group charged with developing a plan for an in-state North Slope to Fairbanks and South-Central gas line by next summer.
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