AGDC opens Nikiski satellite office
The Alaska Gasline Development Corp. said Feb. 8 that it would open a satellite office in Nikiski on Feb. 12 staffed by longtime Kenai Peninsula resident Debra Holle Brown. Nikiski is the site of the planned LNG liquefaction plant and export terminal.
The office is in the Nikiski Recreation Center at 50097 Kenai Spur Highway and will be open Monday through Friday.
“As Alaska LNG advances toward construction, it’s critical that AGDC be accessible to Alaskans,” said Keith Meyer, AGDC president.
AGDC said Brown has served as special assistant to the commissioner of the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, as a former Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly member, former president of the KPB Economic Development District, former KPB Planning commissioner and former KPB school board member.
“Alaska LNG is going to be a long-term economic boom for Nikiski and the entire Kenai Peninsula,” said Brown, community affairs representative for AGDC. “I am sincerely honored to work with AGDC to represent my friends and neighbors throughout the construction of this exciting project.”
- Petroleum News