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2018-08-15 10:30:00

ALASKA LNG: $43 BLN

ALASKA LNG: $43 BLN

PLATTS A deal between Chinese companies and Alaska's state gas corporation to build the $43 billion Alaska LNG Project appears to be on scheduled despite the trade war brewing between the US and China.

The target is still to have key commercial agreements signed by the end of 2018, Leiza Wilcox, commercial vice president of Alaska Gasline Development Corp., said Friday in an interview.

AGDC officials are largely shrugging off worries…

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Tags: ALASKA, LNG, CHINA, GAS, USA

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