State signs on to cover costs of FERC-approved contractor for EIS

The State of Alaska has signed an agreement to cover the costs of the contractor, ERM, that will assist regulators in preparing the environmental impact statement for the Alaska LNG Project. This is an outcome of the state taking over sole responsibility for the project. In other news, on February 7...

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Alternate Title:State signs on to cover costs of FERC approved contractor for environmental impact statement
Main Author: Persily, Larry
Document Type: Press release
Publisher:Kenai Peninsula Borough. Mayor's Office
Date:March 7, 2017
Series:Alaska LNG Project updates
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Summary:The State of Alaska has signed an agreement to cover the costs of the contractor, ERM, that will assist regulators in preparing the environmental impact statement for the Alaska LNG Project. This is an outcome of the state taking over sole responsibility for the project. In other news, on February 7, 2017, Governor Bill Walker sent a letter to President Trump for assistance with the project that entails a number of requests. Four days later, the U.S. Coast Guard notified FERC that it reviewed the Waterway Suitability Assessment for the Alaska LNG terminal in Nikiski.
Physical Description:4 pages
Notes:This update is provided to keep the public informed about the Alaska LNG Project.