Alaska Highway Gas Pipeline Project: Denali’s Competitive Advantage over TransCanada
Two pipeline entities, TransCanada and a newly created pipeline company, The Alaska Gas Pipeline LLC (Denali) are into a race to build and operate a natural gas pipeline from North Slope to the Alberta Hub, where the gas can be sent to various North American markets. TransCanada is an independent pipeline company with a vast existing network in Canada. TransCanada builds and owns hydrocarbon transmission lines in Canada and the United States. For the last few years a research study and work have been carried out by the company to construct the Alaska Gas Highway Pipeline. The Alaska Gasline Inducement Act (AGIA), which was unveiled on March 2, 2007 for the development of Alaska gas resources by offering incentives to companies that produce gas resources and companies that can build a pipeline in a state. TransCanada received the license from AGIA along with a $500 Million state subsidy.
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