FERC slaps Alaska LNG Project with 63 more pages

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With just four months to go before the scheduled release date for the Alaska LNG project’s draft environmental impact statement, federal regulators on Oct. 2 sent almost 200 additional information requests to the state’s project team.

The 63-page list includes questions about waterway crossings and temporary access roads for pipeline construction, avoiding damage to permafrost, protection of Cook Inlet’s beluga whales, and further review of Port MacKenzie as an alternative to Nikiski for the gas liquefaction plant and marine terminal.

The follow-up questions arrived as the project team at the Alaska Gasline Development Corp. (AGDC) was nearing the end of responding to the initial round of more than 800 questions and requests for more information from federal regulators.

FERC slaps Alaska LNG Project with 63 more pages
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