“Shell Oil: Global Gas Thirst Set to Surge”

Shell’s Malcolm Brinded: “This boom in LNG demand will need to be matched by a similarly rapid increase in supply ….”  http://www.upstreamonline.com/live/article212681.ece

Becoming part of that mix is the prize for Alaska gas. Combining Alaska’s internal and external demands in a single Bullet Line to Cook Inlet, with an LNG plant as the anchor tenant, is the means. Is HB 369 an adequate vehicle, or did the Legislature fall short by not (yet) repealing AGIA?

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