Pipeline Promises: Alaska’s quest for a natural gas line

By September 19, 2016 September 23rd, 2016 Alaska's Energy Desk, Economy, Energy & Mining, History, North Slope

For more than 40 years, the state has tried, and failed, to bring natural gas from Alaska’s North Slope to market.

In all, there have been at least 10 different versions of the pipeline mega-project. And not one has come close to breaking ground.

This week, Alaska’s Energy Desk is examining some of the reasons why the state has struck out.

Check out the five-part series below:


PART I

Video: Forty years of Alaska’s failed gas line plans

PART II

Gas Line: A love story

PART III

Man on a mission: Gov. Walker and the gas line

PART IV

The man with the plan: Can Keith Meyer sell the gas line?

PART V

Meet the skeptics: Questions surround Walker’s gas line plan

For the curious and informed.

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