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AGPA Annual Report – 2012

Pursuant to Alaska Gasline Port Authority (Port Authority) Bylaws, Article 5 (V) and AS 29.35.700, the Port Authority Board of Directors hereby submits this annual report to the Mayor and Assembly / City Council of each participating municipality in the … Continue reading

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Ship Pilots Choose Port Valdez over Cook Inlet for Proposed LNG Terminal Citing Safety Reasons

Captain Jeff Pierce, President of Safeguard Marine, LLC released a study at the Alaska LNG Summit held earlier this month which concluded that Prince William Sound (Port Valdez) is far safer than Cook Inlet for transporting Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) … Continue reading

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Alaska Gasline Port Authority Confirms Asian Market Interest In Large Volume Gasline To Valdez

The Alaska Gasline Port Authority (AGPA) is pleased to release the results of its efforts over the past several years to attract the Asian market as interested buyers of a large volume of North Slope gas. ExxonMobil/TransCanada recently contacted AGPA … Continue reading

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Alaska Gasline Port Authority Releases results of a Comparison of Risk Analysis of Shipping LNG from Prince William Sound and Cook Inlet

This just completed study was performed by a ship pilot with 26 years of experience with over 5,000 vessel movements in Alaska. The study evaluated Prince William Sound and Cook Inlet Ports for the potential of operating large Liquefied Natural … Continue reading

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Over the Top Route Minimizes Natural Gas Benefits to Alaskans

Article VIII, Sections 1 and 2 of Alaska’s Constitution mandate that Alaska’s resources are to be developed to the maximum use and benefit of its people. Following the discovery of oil on Alaska’s North Slope in the late 1960’s, we … Continue reading

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