Public and Stakeholder Input

The Alaska Project LNG holds tremendous opportunities for Alaska and its residents. The Alaska LNG Project has been developed for the benefit of future generations by balancing economic growth, social development, and environmental protection.

An important milestone was reached in of May 2020 when the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) authorized an order to construct and operate the Alaska LNG Project. Besides this monumental accomplishment, other major federal and state permits and authorizations have been secured, including obtaining a right-of-way lease from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the State of Alaska Department of Natural Resource (ADNR). Since initiating major permitting for the Alaska LNG Project in 2014, the input of stakeholders has shaped and informed the project design and the agencies who have oversight to issue permits and authorizations.

Moving forward with project development to a Final Investment Decision (FID), project construction, and eventual startup of operations, the input of stakeholders remains essential. Delivering this critical energy infrastructure for Alaskans means reaching out to all those interested in being part of the process. The Alaska LNG Project will continue to:

  • Establish constructive and functioning relationships with key stakeholders to understand stakeholder expectations;
  • Address issues and information needs identified by stakeholders; and
  • Anticipate, respond and adapt to emerging stakeholder issues and information needs, as the Alaska LNG Project advances.

>>Click here for more information regarding the Kenai Peninsula Borough’s Alaska Liquefied Natural Gasline Project Advisory Committee.

>>Click here for more information regarding the proposed Kenai Spur Highway realignment.

For additional information on the Alaska LNG Project, or to schedule a meeting or presentation, contact Lisa Parker at lparker@agdc.us or 907-330-6305.