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Local Money: Alaska’s LNG Project

Lizzie O'Leary Jan 8, 2016
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A liquefied natural gas facility in Alaska. USCG Press/flickr/Creative Commons
Local Money

Local Money: Alaska’s LNG Project

Lizzie O'Leary Jan 8, 2016
A liquefied natural gas facility in Alaska. USCG Press/flickr/Creative Commons
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This week, we’re focusing on the Alaska LNG project, a proposed $45-65 billion pipeline that would carry liquefied natural gas from Alaska to trading partners in Asia. Rachel Waldholz, energy reporter for Alaska Public Media, joined the show to explain why despite a murky future, some residents are hoping the project could counter the state’s falling oil revenues.

Amid plunging gas prices, how competitive is Alaska LNG?

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