ANGTA

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ANGTAAlaska Natural Gas Transportation Act
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That act should not to be confused with the Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Act of 1976, signed by Alaska's great friend President Jimmy Carter who gave away major concessions to Canada, laying the groundwork for the present circumstances.
He then added, "And secondly, the construction of a pipeline, which obviously is necessary to move product, will be made much more easy by the fact that the right of way and alternative pipeline already exists." The rights of way he was presumably alluding to are those purchased in the wake of the 1976 Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Act. That led to construction in 1982 of a 1,500-mile pipeline from Calgary, Alberta to two points in the U.S., Stanfield, OR and Ventura, IA.
Foothills Pipe Line Ltd., a Canadian company, has the right to build the Phase i line along a route approved in 1976 under the Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Act (ANGTA).
Ever since enactment of the Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Act (ANGTA) of 1976 in which President Jimmy Carter handed over development of Alaska's North Slope natural gas to Canada (as a symbol of the ability of the two governments to work together), a cloud has hung over who could build the pipeline transporting the gas to Alberta and on to the Lower 48.
Foothills Pipe Line Ltd., a Canadian company, has the right to build the Phase I line along a route approved in 1976 under the Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Act (ANGTA.) In testimony last September before the Senate Energy Committee, Robert Pierce, chairman of Foothills, said the company would have to amend the certificate of public convenience and necessity for the Alaska segment of the Alaska Natural Gas Transportation System (ANGTS) to account for design and engineering changes attributable to technological advances.
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