Foreign entity commitment to an Alaskan project meant to bring liquefied natural gas to the export market brings it closer to reality, the state governor said. The Alaskan division of British supermajor BP reached a gas sales agreement with the Alaska Gasline Development Corp. for a product from the North Slope. “Having BP, one of our longtime partners on this project, commit its share of the gas for sale underscores the progress we continue to make as we work toward building a stronger Alaska,” Alaska Gov. Bill Walker said in a statement. AGDC wants to build pipelines and associated infrastructure to process state gas into liquefied natural gas, a super-cooled form of gas that has more maneuverability than other piped resources. The project […]