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Raising Awareness of Alaska's Project Internationally

Alaska Gasline Development Corporation President Visits Asia Pacific


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Anchorage, Alaska - The Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC) this week commenced an international awareness and marketing campaign for the Alaskan LNG project under State leadership. The campaign started with the CWC Asia-Pacific LNG conference in Singapore, where the Governor of Alaska gave a keynote address. The first leg of the campaign ended with a series of meetings in South Korea with government and industry officials.Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC) this week commenced an international awareness and marketing campaign for the Alaskan LNG project under State leadership. The campaign started with the CWC Asia-Pacific LNG conference in Singapore, where the Governor of Alaska gave a keynote address. The first leg of the campaign ended with a series of meetings in South Korea with government and industry officials.
 
"Alaska has a strong reputation in the Asia-Pacific region for exporting natural resources. There was an enthusiastic reception from key market constituents for the unique aspects an Alaskan project can provide," said AGDC President, Keith Meyer. "With 35 Tcf of proven, conventional gas reserves, a logistic advantage to the major Asia-Pacific markets, and strong support from the State of Alaska, we can craft service offerings well-suited to a market that is seeking high reliability and reduced volatility," said Meyer.
 
Accompanying President Meyer on the trip were several officials from the State including: Governor Bill Walker, Andy Mack, the Commissioner of the Department of Natural Resources, and John Hendrix, the Governor's Chief Oil and Gas Advisor. "The State officials who joined me on this trip made it easy for me to demonstrate the project is alive and well, with the full support of the great State of Alaska," said Meyer.
 
AGDC is planning additional marketing trips in the region and plans to invite international customers to visit Alaska. "Once potential customers better understand the project and its ability to offer direct access to Alaska's vast North Slope gas resources, I think we will secure some lasting relationships for generations into the future," said Meyer.
 
 
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