Alaska LNG

Alaska Officials Pitch Hydrogen Hub to ‘Springboard’ Off Proposed LNG Terminal

Alaska Officials Pitch Hydrogen Hub to ‘Springboard’ Off Proposed LNG Terminal

The state sponsor of the proposed Alaska LNG export project has submitted a proposal for an Alaskan hydrogen hub to the Department of Energy (DOE) it says will extend the project’s potential to send low-carbon energy to Asia, reducing global greenhouse gas emissions. The Alaska Gasline Development Corp. (AGDC) is the latest state agency to…

November 10, 2022
Alaska LNG Joined by Hilcorp, Asian Firms to Study Ammonia, CCS

Alaska LNG Joined by Hilcorp, Asian Firms to Study Ammonia, CCS

The state-owned organization developing the Alaska LNG export project on the Kenai Peninsula has signed an agreement with Mitsubishi Corp., Toyo Engineering Corp. and Hilcorp Alaska to study creating zero-carbon ammonia and carbon capture and sequestration projects. Alaska Gasline Development Corp. (AGDC) said the Japanese firms and Houston-based Hilcorp, the largest natural gas producer in…

October 5, 2022
Alaska LNG Said Competitive with Gulf Coast Exports – Under Right Conditions

Alaska LNG Said Competitive with Gulf Coast Exports – Under Right Conditions

The long-planned Alaska liquefied natural gas (LNG) project could competitively rival both foreign and Gulf Coast competitors with deliveries to Asia, according to a new cost analysis by Wood Mackenzie. Alaska LNG could deliver super-chilled gas to Japan with a cost of supply (CoS) of $6.70/MMBtu, under the conditions studied by the consultancy. The latest…

February 3, 2022
FERC Accused of ‘Shirking’ Environmental Review for Alaska LNG Authorization

FERC Accused of ‘Shirking’ Environmental Review for Alaska LNG Authorization

Environmental groups have asked a federal court to order FERC to vacate its authorization for the proposed Alaska liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, arguing the Commission did not adequately review the development’s environmental impacts. In a petition filed last week in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia (DC), the Center for…

September 21, 2021
Alaska LNG Project Lands Private Partner, Plans to Seek Federal Funding to Launch $5.9B First Phase

Alaska LNG Project Lands Private Partner, Plans to Seek Federal Funding to Launch $5.9B First Phase

Alaska is pursuing federal funding and partnering with a private firm to jumpstart a long-simmering pipeline project to export North Slope natural gas. Tim Fitzpatrick, spokesman for the state-owned Alaska Gasline Development Corp. (AGDC), told NGI that Alaska aims to begin the first phase of the state’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) pipeline and export plant…

February 8, 2021
Former Alaska Governor’s New Company Aiming to Move North Slope LNG to Market

Former Alaska Governor’s New Company Aiming to Move North Slope LNG to Market

Former Alaska Gov. Bill Walker is spearheading a new company to build a “large volume” pipeline to export North Slope natural gas, according to state documents. According to news media reports, Alaska Gasline & LNG LLC is working to buy the state’s proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) project. The state-owned Alaska Gasline Development Corp. (AGDC)…

November 13, 2020