Sen. Micciche (R-K. Pen): “To see some names in those boxes or at least a set of criteria for who may be qualified to fill those boxes. I think it’s a reasonable request and I think we’re stalled until we see… and that’s from a person who’s largely in support of this deal.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Governor Bill Walker has consistently shared his desire to buy TransCanada out of the AK LNG Project, but during the current special session in Juneau, legislators say they need clarity on how the project will move forward without the pipeline company. Deputy Natural Resources Commissioner Marty Rutherford says the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation has the needed expertise with Dan Fauske and Joe Dubler, along with consultant Rigdon Boykin of South Carolina. Kenai Peninsula Senator Peter Micciche… Ending TransCanada’s involvement in the Project would cost the state nearly $160 million.