BLM Receives Right-of-Way Application for Instate Gas Pipeline
On November 27, the Bureau of Land Management-Alaska received a
right-of-way application from the State of Alaska for a 734-mile,
24-inch buried natural gas pipeline from Prudhoe Bay to the Cook Inlet.
The proposed Alaska Stand Alone Pipeline would transport North Slope
natural gas to instate markets with off take points in the Fairbanks
area and other locations along the route. About 260 miles of the
proposed pipeline crosses land under the administration of the BLM, with
the remainder on State or private land.
The application and proposed plan of development may be viewed at the
BLM’s Alaska State Office at 222 W. 7th Avenue in Anchorage and the
BLM’s Fairbanks District Office at 1150 University Ave. in Fairbanks, or
on-line at www.asapeis.com.