December 2019, Vol. 246, No. 12

Features

EPA Recommends Alternative for Alaska’s Cook Inlet Pipeline Crossing

By Larry Persily, Alaska LNG Project Updates    Filings from federal, state and municipal agencies, environmental and business groups and the public piled in on the last two days for comment on the Alaska LNG project’s draft environmental impact statement.    And while most public comments were supportive of the state-led undertaking to move North Slope gas to market, several filings pointed to deficiencies in the review.   Challengers either opposed the project outright over environmental concerns or supported a different route for the north-to-south gas pipeline and a different site for the LNG export terminal than Nikiski, on Cook Inlet.   Others did not cont

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