Tall stack of authorizations await
The Alaska LNG project faces formidable permitting; below is a primer on the federal agencies whose approvals would be required
Researcher/writer for the Office of the Federal Coordinator
The multibillion-dollar Alaska LNG project aims not only to tap the North Slope’s bounty of natural gas, pipe it to tidewater and superchill the vapors into a condensed liquid for export to Asia markets.
The project also aims to tap a bounty of public resources: land, wetlands, gravel, lakes and pon....
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Permits before construction
Déjà vu, and then some
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Bureau of Land Management
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