May 2020, Vol. 247, No. 5

Pipeline Profile

Keeping Abreast of Alaska’s LNG Aspirations

As a longtime observer of the Alaska energy scene, Larry Persily has the rare perspective of someone who has viewed his subject matter as a journalist, educator and as public policy worker at the federal, state and municipal levels, including federal coordinator for the Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects, 2010-2015. Here, Persily shares thoughts on how he began his informal newsletter, Alaska LNG Project Updates, the future of Alaska liquefied natural gas (LNG) Project and what he actually likes about Washington, D.C.   P&GJ: Tell our readers a little bit about your newsletter, Alaska LNG Project Updates, and what motivated you to produce it? Persily: I started writing the su

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