A plan for Alaska and partners in China to advance a major liquefied natural gas project has been scrapped due to safety concerns from the state’s new administration.The plan, which was formed under independent ex-governor Bill Walker, has been dropped by his successor, Republican Governor Mike Dunleavy, according to the Alaska Journal of Commerce. Joe Dubler, interim president of the Alaska Gasline Development, said the corporation, which has been working on the state’s behalf, did not renew a…



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