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Then There Were Three: Mitsubishi A Gasline Contender? - KTVA

There are 1 comment on the KTVA Anchorage story from Jun 21, 2008, titled Then There Were Three: Mitsubishi A Gasline Contender? - KTVA. In it, KTVA Anchorage reports that:

First, there was AGIA and Transcanada. Then ConocoPhillips and BP teamed up for the Denali Gas Pipeline.

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Bush Rat

Anchorage, AK

#1 Jun 22, 2008
Yeah this makes sense. At a time of energy crisis lets send the crap to Asia. Keep our gas for us. And Palin needs to get out of the way. The country is in crisis and energy costs are out of control. We are Alaskans but we are also Americans and need to look at the big picture. Get out of the way Sarah and let the pipline construction start. I'm embarrased sometimes about how whiney we Alaskans are to make sure we get our share. Always waiting for a handout. Toughen up!

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