The Alaska Gasline Development Corp. (AGDC) has signed an agreement with BP plc and ExxonMobil Corp. to collaborate on ways to advance the state-owned corporation’s Alaska LNG project, including identifying ways to improve the project’s competitiveness and secure FERC authorization to build the project.
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management have issued a joint record of decision (JROD) for the smaller of two pipeline projects designed to export natural gas from Alaska’s North Slope to Asia Pacific markets.
The new head of the Alaska Gasline Development Corp. (AGDC), who is steering a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project, reportedly has told lawmakers the state-owned corporation may be dissolved if the project is determined to be unfeasible.
The Alaska Gasline Development Corp. (AGDC), which wants to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project, ousted its president at its regular meeting on Thursday, three days after new Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy appointed four members to the state-owned corporation’s seven-member board.
Alaska and three Chinese companies have agreed to a six-month extension to negotiate and conclude definitive agreements for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in the state, despite an ongoing U.S.-Sino trade war.
The Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN), the largest native organization in Alaska, unanimously passed a resolution in support of plans to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in the state.
Considered a major step toward exporting natural gas to Asia Pacific markets, the Alaska Gasline Development Corp. (AGDC) on Friday received environmental approval for one of two proposed pipeline projects.
The Alaska LNG Project said Monday it has reached a historic milestone as BP plc’s Alaska unit and the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC) agreed to key terms of a gas sales agreement, including price and volume.
Despite some ruffled feathers during the application process and a nearly 11-month-long wait, FERC on Tuesday said it would conduct an environmental review of a proposed project, estimated at $43 billion, to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Alaska.
Despite responses to previous requests filed as recently as last month, FERC last Thursday sent an environmental data request and a terse letter to Alaska Gasline Development Corp. (AGDC) requiring the company to provide information the regulator said has been repeatedly requested already.