State answers FERC questions about Cook Inlet pipeline crossing

Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC) gave FERC information about the Cook Inlet crossing for the Alaska LNG Project. That information covered water currents, boulders, pipeline thickness, and pipe-laying operations. Additional answers covered fire-supression, microtunneling, air transport,...

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Main Author: Persily, Larry
Document Type: Press release
Publisher:Alaska Resources Library and Information Services (ARLIS)
Date:May 7, 2019
Series:Alaska LNG Project updates
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Summary:Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC) gave FERC information about the Cook Inlet crossing for the Alaska LNG Project. That information covered water currents, boulders, pipeline thickness, and pipe-laying operations. Additional answers covered fire-supression, microtunneling, air transport, and salmon netsetters among other details. The last responses to FERC are expected in July 2019. Contributions in May from BP and ExxonMobil will extend the AGDC's work. In May AGDC applied for several special permits.
Physical Description:5 pages
Notes:This update is provided to keep the public informed about the Alaska LNG Project.