JPO solicits bids for Parks gas line study
State pipeline coordinator Mike Thompson says $1-1.6 million RFP ‘in no way represents an endorsement by DNR of any route’
The Alaska Joint Pipeline Office is soliciting proposals for a contractor to perform a feasibility study of a 322-mile natural gas pipeline from Fairbanks to Wasilla, generally along the Parks Highway right of way, and terminating at the existing Enstar gas transmission pipeline.
In the RFP’s backgr....
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Delta Junction spur line
Proposals due by Jan. 25
Crosses both Denali parks
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