Anch Chamber "Make it Monday" Debate Series: The Politics of Alaska's Gas Pipeline
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"Make it Monday" forum Debate Series:
The Politics of Alaska's Gas Pipeline
Noon to 1 p.m., Monday, April 15, Denai'na Center -- RSVP
Are we too late for Asian markets?
Does anybody remember AGIA?
Is political infighting killing our chances?
In part two of the Anchorage Chamber's "Make it Monday" forum Debate Series, join a vibrant and unscripted conversation about the economics and politics behind Alaska's natural gas pipeline strategies and an inside look at what Alaska is doing to monetize the state's natural gas reserves.
Bill Walker, project manager and counsel for the Alaska Gasline Port Authority, will discuss an All-Alaska gas pipeline to the City of Valdez.
Former Alaska Governor Bill Sheffield will give history of the state's pipeline efforts and discuss the proposed in-state bullet line.
Tim Bradner, journalist with the Alaska Journal of Commerce, will provide inside history of the different strategies being considered by lawmakers.
Larry Persily, federal coordinator of Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects, will discuss the global economics of natural gas and current marketplace activity.
Moderated by Andrew Halcro, president of the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce.
Read more here: http://www.adn.com/2013/03/28/2843985/bond-proposals-for-schools-roads.html#storylink=cpy
Members: $23 in advance ($26 at door) Member Table: $184 (seats 8) Non-members: $31