Federal Permits

The Alaska LNG Project is permitted as an integrated project, and has completed a full review under the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) as the Lead Agency. The major permitting process was initiated in 2014 was competed with all required Federal permits in 2020.

The Federal Infrastructure Projects Permitting Dashboard is an online tool for Federal agencies, project developers, and interested members of the public to track the Federal government’s environmental review and authorization processes for large or complex infrastructure projects, part of a government-wide effort to improve coordination, transparency, and accountability. A major function of this Dashboard is to track infrastructure projects designated as Covered Projects under Title 41 of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST-41).  As a major U.S. energy infrastructure project, the Alaska LNG Project was tracked on the Dashboard through the Federal permitting process.  Please see a link to the Alaska LNG Project FAST-41 Dashboard below and additional information on Federal permits.