Community members might not be amenable to a new facility that would attract massive gas tankers to Southeast Alaska.
New proposed LNG project would ship gas from North Slope to Asia on icebreaking tankers
Qilak LNG made the announcement Wednesday that the it plans on shipping gas on icebreaking tankers from fields in Point Thomson.
From permafrost to polar bears, draft report evaluates Alaska gasline’s environmental impact
The report concludes the $43 billion export project could have significant impacts on the environment — but would be a boost for state and local economies.
As trade war escalates, Alaska gasline corporation and Gov. Bill Walker minimize threat to state’s LNG project
China announced a 25 percent tariff on LNG imports from the U.S.
State is one step closer to getting a gas pipeline, but not the one the Walker administration wants
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has put out a draft of the final environmental review of the in-state gas pipeline project.
Walker seeks to deepen trade ties with China
In a press conference in Anchorage on Monday, March 5, Governor Walker detailed trade trip and other opportunities for partnership with China.
It’s hurry up and wait for state gasline corporation’s federal permitting schedule
Alaska’s gasline corporation has filed tens of thousands of pages of documents for their federal permit. Now it’s waiting for the commission to make a decision on if, and when, the state can get to work on its massive liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project.
In Russia, a competitor for Alaska’s gasline project comes online
The $27 billion Russian project is heavily funded by partners in China. When completed, it will be almost as large as the Alaska LNG project.
New pipeline partnership with China still a mystery
The Alaska Gasline Development Corporation hasn’t released details on the gasline agreement inked in China.
In China, Alaska gets new gasline partners — but no guarantees
The deal links Alaska’s gas pipeline project to three Chinese entities with deep pockets.