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WASHINGTON: Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline Act; History of H.R. 4; DOE Energy Bill Position, 6-02; Daschle-Bingaman Energy Bill (Alaska, Sec. 1236 & tax credit, Sec. 2503 & H.R. 4 Conferees), Tax Credit; See amendments, "Energy Policy Act of 2002";  "Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline Act of 2001 (Draft)" & Background Paper, 8-9-01;Alaska Legislature Joint Committee position; Governor's position; Governor's 10-Point Plan; Anadarko Analysis; U.S. Senate Energy Committee Testimony, 10-2-01 - text version;  U.S. Senate Energy Committee Testimony, 9-14-00; Report on the Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Act of 1971, prepared by staff of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 1-18-01

ALASKA: 1-23-03, Governor Frank Murkowski's State of the State Speech; 2002 DRAFT Recommendations to 2003 Legislature; '02 Alaska Legislation; Alaska Highway Natural Gas Pipeline Policy Council; Joint Legislative Gas Pipeline Committee; 9-01 Alaska Models: Canadian Routes, LNG, GTL; HR 4 Story; Cook Inlet Supply-Demand Report: AEDC; Commonwealth North Investigation & Our Article; Report: Backbone; Legislature Contacts; State Gas Pipeline Financing Study; 5-02 Alaska Producer Update; Kenai: "Oil & Gas Industry Issues and Activities Report, 11-02"; Alaska Oil & Gas Tax Structure; 2-27-02 Royalty Sale Background; Alaska Gas Pipeline Office opens, 7-01, and closes, 5-02; Betty Galbraith's 1997-1998 Chronology Our copy.

CANADA: 1-10-03, "Arctic Gas Pipeline Construction Impacts On Northern Transp."-Transport Canada-PROLOG Canada Inc.-The Van Horne Institute;Hill Times Reports, 8-30-02; 9-30-02, Cons. Info. Requirements; CBC Archives, Berger Commission; GNWT Economic Impact Study, 5-13-02; GNWT-Purvin & Gertz Study, 5-8-02; Alberta-Alaska MOU 6-02; Draft Pan- Northern Protocol for Oil and Gas Development; Yukon Government Economic Effects: 4-02 & PPT; Gas Pipeline Cooperation Plan Draft & Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board Mackenzie Valley Pipeline MOU Draft, 6-01; FirstEnergy Analysis: 10-19-01; Integrated Delta Studies; National Post on Mackenzie Pipeline, 1-02;Northern Pipeline Act;  Haida Nation v. British Columbia; Indian Claims Commission; Skeena Cellulose decision -- aboriginal consultations required, 12-02; Misc. Pipeline Studies '02

COMPANIES: Alaska Gas Producers Pipeline Team Newsletter, 7-27-01; APG Newsletter: 5-02, 7-02 & 9-02; ArctiGas NEB PIP Filing Background; NRGPC Newsletter: Fall-02;  4-02 ArctiGas Reduces Field Work; BP's Natural Gas Page; Enbridge Perspective; Foothills Perspective; Williams Perspective; YPC Perspective, 7-02

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Northern Gas Pipelines: 2001 Reader Comments

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6/19-7/15: I work with ... at the ... Consulate General.  ... forwarded to me your email letter Northern Gas Pipelines."  I cover Alaskan policy issues for the Consulate, and I would very much appreciate being added to your distribution list for the letter. The copy that ... forwarded looks most informative.  D.D.  Dave:  ... My view is that (as Wally Hickel insists) Alaskans are the resource owners. That's why the Ak. PFD is justified. So, we need to use this opportunity for people to pay attention to the process going on to plan the gasline, and take seriously that we have a part in the future of the State.  It's not possible for everyone to become an expert in resource development, but we can all pay attention to the kind of studies, planning, special interest groups, and public interest concerns  that are involved.   It would also be possible to have a weekly TV program on the Community Access cable Ch. 44 about this...but even with a digital camera and volunteer help it would probably demand too much time to accomplish. This is such an important issue that it merits much more widespread discussion and visibility.  Thanks again, Dave,  for facilitating the discussion!  J.C.  Will you please email me your fax number.  I do have an article here that you might be interested in.... S.H.   Valdez bears...  I wonder how they got down???????   Amazing!  SUNSHINE (See photo, but author's contacts say bears were seen at Prudhoe Bay, at the East Operating Area, 800 miles from Valdez.  If we find out more, we'll note here.  -dh)  Dave: Thanks so much for putting me on the list - and for your nice note.  You're providing a great service in bringing Canadians and Alaskans closer through the publication, and your work is greatly appreciated.  D.D.  Hi Mr. Harbour,  Is it OK with you if I advertize your website on the GCI Community Calendar on Ch. 44? I would like to spread the word about your site beyond oil industry people. I hope that more Alaskans will keep an eye on this decision-making process about the gasline, and help make the decision that's best for Alaska. I was directed to your website when I called Gov. Knowles office to request that they announce the upcoming Legislative hearings in July on the gasline Commission's website. Could you also place an announcement of the upcoming agenda for the July 17,18 Legislative hearings? ... Thanks for your efforts to provide a clearinghouse of info on the gasline! I'm not an industry person...just concerned about the decisions on this issue. I'm interested in whether the State is thoroughly gathering info and analyzing ALL the options.  Do you know if there is discussion in the Legislative Committee to do a "best public interest finding"  on the gasline issue? J.C.  Please e-mail me the Presentation Ken (Thompson) made ... Chamber yesterday.  Thanks, J.S.  Thanks Dave,  It was good to see you testerday.Thanks for sending a copy of the publication and the photo. Jack was my boss in 1973, when he was the Borough Mayor. I have admired him for a long time!  J.A.  My usual resemblance to Kevin Costner is lost but otherwise looks good.  J.K.  I will forward it on.  Nice pictures.  Thanks.  J.S.  Thanks Dave...great photos.  Come and visit us often.  And thanks for the plug in the newsletter.  B.W.  I am running from a ... to a dinner meeting so I cannot give you a call tonight.  Thank you for the note; I always want to know who is providing me information (it must be the researcher in me).  It is a great public service, and I thank you for doing it.    I would enjoy having coffee one day.  ... I wish I could make lunch but I have other plans -- Ken testified in oil and gas ... and he is a great speaker with very thoughtful ideas.  I am glad he is back in Alaska.  Look forward to meeting you.  G.G.  Who is sponsoring these Emails?  G.G.  Yes - I did receive the key (map) I was interested in - that was the one that showed the two competing routes for a gas pipelline from the Alaskan North Slope and also the Mackenzie Delta region.  The recent Cheney/Bush energy plan document was a bit vague about those routes.  Thanks very much for the help.  C.T.  Dave, be sure to check out the editorial "..." in today's   P.H.   Many thanks, Dave, for sharing this material.  If possible, I would appreciate it if you would add my name to your alert list.  ...  Many thanks. Will do for sure. Heard Ed speak at a recent "Northern Pipelines and Aboriginal Interests" conference in Calgary last month. Excellent "presenter".  ... Thank you for your prompt reply and for the material you sent. All arrived and was printed out in good order.  Will continue to tell others of your fine website and, of course, will pass on to you any potentially useful links/sources that I find in my work. Glad to help.  Best regards, W.G.   Please send free maps {via e-mail ?} of arctic gas pipeline proposals, as described in Thanks for your assistance.  C.T.  Congratulations, Mr. Harbour. You have created a valuable, on-going website re northern pipeline possibilities and related events. Would very much appreciate receiving the Tussing resume and associated copies of Tussing papers. W.G.  Hi Dave: I let you in the other day at ... when the governors were here.. We are working on stories about the proposed routes for the natural gas pipeline and was in need of better maps... can you help me out?  Thanks in advance...  M.D.  Dave, I just wanted to pass on my compliments on the articgaspipeline website.  You've done a terrific job of pulling together balanced perspectives on a range of complex topics spanning two nations and many First Nations interests.  I've recommended the site to many others.  Best regards,  B.G.   Please put me on your...list.  J.T. PhD  Dave: ...the comment looks fine ... thanks for helping advertise the issue of our state's fiscal concerns.  L.M.  Dave: Thanks again.  Keep up the good work.  D.H.    Could you please e-mail me a copy of Mr. Reid's powerpoint presentation, "A View to the North".  Thanks. L.A.  Hi Dave,   Thx for keeping me up to date.  I am finally home for awhile.    Have you been down to fish yet?   It has been slow except for the Kasilof.    I will be in and out of Anchorage a lot this summer maybe we can do lunch? Do stay in touch.  What do you think about ... appts.?   ... K.L.  Dave,  As a fellow communicator, I too was dumbfounded when I read Reiger's piece.  This is not the first time I questioned some of his assumptions.  I appreciate you setting the record straight and with your permission, I would like to quote from your email letter on my outdoor audio magazine. Thanks. M.M.  Hi, I'd love to get your hot news notices.  my e-mail address is ... B.CDave, Thanks for copying me on this message.  Following is the letter I emailed to the Field & Stream Editor this morning.  T.O. 

6/9-6/18: (SEE PHOTO HERE) This was taken outside the door to VECO here in Anchorage a few weeks ago.  This calf and previously he and his mom have been roaming the woods for the last 14 months.  There is also fox.   This is between C street and Old Seward Hwy, Dimond and Tudor.   If the pipeline was "intrusive" what did the huge "Village of Anchorage" do to the wildlife?  Several more to follow, one at a time to save down load time and zip files.  M.  Good job. A.B.  Dave, Could you please add A.R. to your distribution list. S.K.  Again Dave, I have to congratulate you on the great work you do for this web site. It is such a useful source of up to date commentary and information. I work with  the ... Nation whose traditional territory is .... We have now been to Anchorage and Houston to meet with pipeline interests .... At any rate, I wondered if you would like to receive info ... and be kept up to date about our contribution to this debate. Please advise. In the meantime, my thanks for your own efforts on this extremely important issue. Regards, M.M.  (Note: reflective of a growing number of Canadian/US readers who are actively participating in this web project; of course, the offer was accepted with appreciation. -dh)  ... I appreciate you setting the record straight and with your permission, I would like to quote from your email letter on my outdoor audio magazine. Thanks. M.M. Hi, I'd love to get your hot news notices. B.C.  Please e-mail me a copy of Mr. ...'s presentation to the Canadian International Petroleum Conference. Thanks. P.B.  Thanks for copying me on this message.  Following is the letter I emailed ... T.O. Give e'm Hell Dave!  I'm confused, are you now in Alaska of Colorado? I've lost touch with you and it's good to know you are still kicking.... G. T. 

6/5-6/8:   Great site Dave.  We are using it in the company to remain abreast of developments.  I see nothing I would change at the moment. Keep up the good work.  J.G.   Dave:  Last night a leading ... confirmed to me that this ...  meeting today ... is for real.  This is my second confirmation.  S.H.   Hi Dave.  ... asked me to contact you regarding the piece that has appeared on your website.  Looks good, however, we want to be clear that....  Thanks.  Call me if you have any questions.  R.C.  Hi Dave: ...Thanks.  I've sent your website to all our staff and asked them to forward it on.  We will keep the information flow going! Talk to you later!  P.J.   Dave, We can't move it to our home page, but I do think it is appropriate to move it to the first page of our ... section. I'll ask our webmaster to do that right away....  Congratulations on a timely and informative site. As far as I am aware, you are the only one tracking pipeline news, especially Canadian developments in real time. Thanks and keep up the good work. D.H.   Yes, I will write up a short paragraph summarizing ....  W.N. Oh!  Ok, thanks so much!  R.G.  Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have questions and thanks for sending me the Northern Gas Pipelines Alerts.  W.N.   Ce message nous permet de vérifier que votre nom a bel et bien été ajouté à la liste d'adresses de la Commission des revendications des indiens.  I read your added editorial to the ....  What are your thoughts/  B.H. Attached, FYI, is the ... news release regarding the outcome of this week's .... J.R. Dave:  I toured your site, and it is VERY comprehensive -- nice work!  I have passed the URL on to our ... management team.  M.B.

5/30-6/4:  Thanks!  Great, great web site.  J.B.   As promised attached is a copy of our presentation....  M.C. (Have you seen our presentations and maps pages yet?)  Dave - I very much enjoyed meeting you in Anchorage ....  I took a look at your public service site and found it quite informative - I will be subscribing to your e-mail alert list.  C.C. Just got back from out of town.  Thanks for the story.   D.S.  This letter is to inform you that we plan to use your site as our "Link of the Week" in an upcoming issue. K.E.  Dave, Thanks for the link and the alerts.  Things are moving pretty fast and it's good to have a "one stop" shop for information.  C.C.  Thanks,  I will ask my husband about his clan :-) A.F. Our ...  folks are impressed with your web site, and wonder what "sponsorship" involves.  J.R. Dave- Did you get the "Boom" quote from the News last night.  Also there was some reference to a recent NY times article...Hope it helps. M.P.   ...we appreciate it immensely. thanks for your nice note.  i must say it is usually the cranks who send e-mails, or students looking to have me do their research for them, so it's a welcome change to read a pleasant one.  all best, and i will check out the website.  chrs.  I.J.   Please add me to your list  P.B. ...the article looked great. J.S. Thanks, we'll check it out.  C.B. Could you now send alerts to this address. Many thanks. Its a terrific site M.M.  Thanks.  I'll check it out. J.G. Hello Dave, It is very interesting is it not.  We will have ...  shortly for you. B.H.  Dave, Your site is very interesting and informative.   I would like to make a suggestion to all parties involved.  Build two pipelines!!!!!!!!!!!   We will be able to use both in the future. M.M.  Thanks for the info Dave. J.M.  Interested in the maps for the pipeline route. J.B. Could you please send me the instructions as to how to access the Alaska Gas ... presentation maps? J.S.

5/29:  Thanks for the article.  It was a privilege and a pleasure to address....  Will be sending a copy of presentation in the next few days.  G.K.  Dear Dave: Thanks for including me on the distribution of "Alerts." The news was interesting, quarrels too, the best part was to see the list of good friends like G.W.,K.T., J.B. and many more.The gas pipeline will happen.  Fortunately the country needs gas when the gas is ready to be sold.  Win/Win.  Thanks again.  W.W.  Dave:  You might want to check out....  B.G.  Great article....  Thanks.  J.N.  Hi Dave - I just took at a look at your site . . . lots of good information!  I forwarded it to others within .... J.L   Looks good.  Thanks.  F.U.       Makes one think, and puts things in perspective.  So, you think a gallon of gasoline is expensive, huh??   -from L.G. via F.A.  (Let's get more proactive and have a pie diagram decal on every other pump in the nation showing breakdown of the "typical national cost of $1 of gas"--an API project?: 'local, state, Federal taxes; E&P, R&D, refining, transportation, marketing, etc. costs and, finally, "profit".  Then, how about a decal with the data below on the other half of pumps...o.k., without brand names?   -dh)
*Snapple 16oz for $1.29 =========== $10.32 per gallon
*Lipton Ice Tea 16oz for $1.19 ========$ 9.52 per gallon
*Gatorade 20oz for $1.59 =========== $ 10.17 per gallon
*Ocean Spray 16oz for $1.25 =========$ 10.00 per gallon
*Brake Fluid 12oz for $3.15 ==========$ 33.60 per gallon
*Vick's Nyquil 6oz for $8.35 ========= $ 178.13 per gallon
*Pepto Bismol 4oz for $3.85 ========= $ 123.20 per gallon
*Whiteout 7oz for $1.39 ============$ 25.42 per gallon
*Scope 1.5oz for $0.99 ============ $ 84.48 per gallon 
And this is the REAL KICKER......
*Evian water 9oz for $1.49 ========== $ 21.19 per gallon

5/10-28:  Please advise on the process to obtain presentation maps for  "Alaska Gas Resources and Major Producers", "North American Gas
Supplies/Markets", "Southern Pipeline Route", "Northern Pipeline Route", and the "Overall Project Scope."  Regards, D.L.  ...sorry for not responding sooner...but I think it is okay to use.  R.W.  Looks like you're putting a lot of time and effort on this site.    I'll bookmark it and please keep me informed about developments in the field.  Will work on your first request for a history from....  In the meantime, you may also want to take a look at ... for information about maps....Good stuff.  M.H.  Thanks for the mention...wish our web page looked like yours! You do such creative things. J.B.  Thanks for the mention in your write-up. I appreciate having the link to your website. It is quite interesting and full of good industry information. S.P.   Dave:  It was good to see you yesterday.  There are some interesting things on this web site.  This web site seems to be a good idea at the right time.  A few things say " Please contact this office ". A few I was interested in are below. How do I get access to these?  5-01. Alaska Natural Gas to Liquids Company  5-01. "Cook Inlet Area Gas to Liquids: ANGTL's 4-27-01. Alaska State Pipeline Coordinator, Bill Britt's Alliance Presentation. J.H. (All such requests fulfilled as a public service.  -dh)   Please sent a copy of the map(s) to to me at this email address.  Thank you.  K.O Hi there, Dave.  Just wanted to compliment you on the web site ... pretty much chock full of relevant tidbits. Seems that there are so many web sites out there that look nice, but there's no real content.  Yours has a lot of very interesting reading. Given your history with the project, I guess that's what I'd expect, but nonetheless, I still find it impressive.  M.P.   Dave -- Good job.  Add me to your list.  B.J.    Is there an organizational chart for ... listed on this site? If so, where could I find it?   -later-   Thanks for your speedy response Dave. Yes, this is what I was looking for - is there one with the positions and names? By the way, your site has been very informative - thanks!  J.S.  Dave:  Sorry for the delay in getting the Power Point Slide Shows to you.  I have several versions that I am using.  One for the ... project and one for the ... projects.... I still need to get you "my story", hopefully next week.  R.P.  Dave ― following is the statement from .... Thanks for the opportunity to be on your website.  W.L.   You hear the legislation the Gov signed today? Sb164.  ... gonna be some mad Canadians I predict!  S.H.  I have attached my notes for last night's presentation.  It was very enjoyable communicating with you.  J.L.    ... With the Bush policy being revealed today, it was a timely meeting. Good to meet Gov. Tony Knowles, a democrat with a real understanding of the Alaskan energy issues and a person who says, “It is not a question of whether we explore ANWR or not, it is a question of WHEN”.  I did not know that it was a set aside to "study”, until he talked about it….interesting.  Thanks all folks….R.G. (National President)      Dave:  I don't know if you wish to let me put your other links up on mine?  It obviously took you alot of time to do this page and gather the info/addys...etc.  But I think it would further the discussion anda help others coming to my site.  S.H.  (While we always appreciate the courtesy of a request, the answer is 'yes', we love to be linked on others' sites.  -dh)   Thank you for adding us to your list.  We look forward to talking to you soon.  G.S.    Dave:  Thanks for thinking of me and sending the Northern Gas Pipeline News and Events.  I like to screen through the reports and pick out ones that interest me....  W.W.     ...never an interruption to hear from you.  Would like to find out more about what you are doing these days.  Presented President Bush with a CFK jacket last month at the White House ... thought of you and all the help you were.... I'll attach a photo of the President.  Call or stop by sometime...  Wish I could be there Dave....hopefully next time...M.S.  (re: Pipeline Council meeting, Kenai. -dh)  Thanks for the interesting info.  I have passed this on to the folks in Marketing to see how our programs might fit in. R.H.  (re: Public Service Sponsorship.  -dh)  Please send me information and maps of the various options for getting north slope gas to the lower 48.  J.K.  (Provided as a public service.-dh)  Thanks Dave for the heads up...I will be attending the taskforce meeting in Kenai May 17th....Hope you can make it.... J.W.   Hi Dave,  Thx for update on mtg.    Hope all is going well?   I've got an energy conference in ... then back to Juneau.  This special session is ....Thx again. Friends, K.L.  Dave,  Thanks.  It's slow going with my attention focused primarily on ....  But maybe someday it will be a cool as your web site.  G.F.  Dave, This looks excellent.  Please add me to your list. B.D.   Dave, Thank you for the Alert!  L.C.  Thanks for the note Dave.  Congratulations on your success with your website.  It is a great resource. K.F.   Thanks.  M.A.  Dave:  Thank-you for your kind words about our (Canadian) site.  With your permission, we will add a link to your site during our next update.  S.T.  Thanks for calling today. Let's stay in touch in the coming weeks & months.  B.S.   Was also good seeing you this morning at RDC.  You have an informative website and thanks for the recognition.  P.B.  Thanks Dave!  I will check in with the site frequently to get all the news!  N.K.  Afternoon Dave.  You're the most ...photographer I ever knew....  Everyone I've talked to likes your site.  It's quick and easy to read and it's timely.  Thanks.  R.D

5/9:  Please add me to your news mailing list.  Thanks. C.R.  Thanks.  K.T.  ...have forwarded the ideas...we'll be in touch.   R.H.   ...package I will be sending you.  B.H.

5/8:  Could you add the marketing rep from our Oil and Gas Branch to your mailing list?  G.P.  Please keep me informed with your information. C.B.

5/7:  Nous accusons réception de votre message.... Nous vous remercions de votre intérêt pour ces questions.  N.E.B.  Dave Web Site looks great!  Small technical correction....  L.H. (Corrections and ideas for improvement are encouraged! D.H.)  Please forward any breaking information....  T.B. 

5/4:  Thanks and thanks......will most likely have your site linked to mine today..probably put it in several places.  Your site is just excellent!!  S.H.

5/3:  Cool.  I wish I knew how to do those web pages, you do a good job.  the links are hard to read, very small print, but they work...  M. (...working on typefaces; thanks. -D.H.) Thank you so much Dave!  I liked your site also....just found it last night and was so tickled to find mine was there!!  .....thanks for putting me there...would like to reciprocate with yours?  Meanwhile, here are ... interesting new developments from Juneau....S.H. 

5/2:  Mr. Harbour: I received your original e-mail just fine.  The pictures came through in good shape, and should be all the photos I need for the time being.  Thank you for your assistance.  C.R.; Thanks, Dave.  I appreciate you including me on your alert list for the gas pipeline.  Regards, G.A.; I like the name of your site, by the way - memories of.... M.I.;  I have given your name and web site to industry acquaintances and reporters Dave....  Your information is just what they need. R.D.;  Thank you for adding me to your e-mail list.  I appreciate the quick and easy access to updated natural gas project news. K.M.; Thank you for the update, Please keep me on your update list, J.B.; Dave, Thanks for clueing me in to your site.  Looks good, please put me on your alert list. J.L. ERROR NOTE: This morning, the author made an error when reporting on a USX  news item; this is the response to a thoughtful reader who noticed the error:  " To: K.N.:  It's not the first time a reader has caught me and won't be the last.  But my commitment is to immediately respond to such counsel.  Thanks for being a part of this.  D.H."

5/1:  Dave,  Excellent website.  I appreciated reading about the history involved in the gas projects to date.  J.B.   I like it Dave.  I check several sites daily so I want to see latest news first.  Historical events, people involved, etc. a bonus, particularly on an evolving project like this.  Thanks.  Will be passing your address on to many others.  R.D.    Hey Dave....tell me more about the Harbour Company....   S.S.    Thanks for placing me on your list Dave.  T.A.   Dave: Could I ask you to e-mail me a copy of this picture...?  I like it very much. Thanks, N.A.   Hi Dave -- Thanks for keeping me on your list.  Hope you are well!  I am finishing a master's in education at ... and am looking for PR, fund raising jobs in Alaska.  If you hear of something could you please let me know....  We would very much like to relocate to Anchorage. C.P    Hi Dave: I just received your alert and thank you for putting me on the list. I am of course very interested in this project....  Once again for putting me on your email list....  Regards, J. C.

4/30: Dave, Thanks--is this a project of yours?  I would appreciate any information you develop.  D.H.  

4/28: Dave:  Thank you SO MUCH for being the first one to speak out on...banning a northern pipeline route: Petroleum News Alaska (April 2001).  You thought of several things I hadn't thought of.  My feeling is that with things like this, Alaska is going to get a reputation of being a banana republic.  I am told that the (Canadian papers) have been scathing in their reaction with full page banner headlines across the top of the page.  NAFTA violation being mentioned.  But I can't find these on their web pages.  I'm going to be in (Canada)....  If I see anything interesting I'll keep a clipping.  Very, very well done!!  R.K.  

4/26: Dave - Your info looks great...! P.E.    Great job Dave.  Thanks!  R.K.    Wow. I like it (photo). K.C.   

4/25: Dave: Thank you for this info.  Impressive website.  Let me refer you to another possible client....  They're doing preliminary cost engineering on ....  G.T.   This is a really an incredible reservoir of info... Thanks, and I have passed along the info..... M.P.  

4/24: Dave: Wow. This is excellent. Great web page and great comments....  J.B.  

4/1: Hi Dave, Thx for the quick response and update.   Glad things are going well and sounds as if you are busy.   I will stay tuned on your web site!   I agree with your analysis on the ....  K.L.

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