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Open houses set around Alaska for proposed major gas line project

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JUNEAU, Alaska — A dozen open houses are set to be held in the coming weeks to provide information on a major proposed liquefied natural gas project.

The office of federal coordinator for Alaska gas pipeline projects says officials with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will attend the meetings.

The current schedule begins Oct. 28 in Nikiski and ends Nov. 20 in Houston.

The office says several open houses have already been held and others are expected.

The state is pursuing the mega project with BP, ConocoPhillips, Exxon Mobil Corp., TransCanada Corp. and the Alaska Gasline Development Corp.

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