ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Oct 4- A pipeline and plant that would ship natural gas from Alaska's North Slope to international markets could cost between $45 billion and $65 billion, according to the companies pursuing the "mega-project." and partners BP Plc and ConocoPhillips-- and Canadian pipeline operator TransCanada Corp..
Oct 4- Oil companies putting together plans for a new "megaproject" to ship liquefied natural gas abroad from Alaska estimated the cost will run between $45 billion and $65 billion, according to a letter sent to the state governor, Sean Parnell. and ConocoPhillips agreed to work together with TransCanada Corp on the project.
*Parliament held an emergency debate Wednesday night on how to respond to an E. coli outbreak that has triggered the country's largest beef recall and sent the Harper government scrambling to defend the safety of Canada's food supply.
JUNEAU, Alaska-- A liquefied natural gas project in Alaska could cost more than $65 billion and would represent a mega-project of "unprecedented scale and challenge," officials behind the project told Gov.
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