Alaska Stand Alone Gas Pipeline/ASAP
The Alaska Stand Alone Gas Pipeline is being planned as an in-state gas pipeline designed to provide long-term, stable supplies of natural gas from the North Slope to Fairbanks and Cook Inlet areas, as well as other communities where practicable. In March of 2010, the Alaska Legislature mandated that a group of industry professionals convene under the corporate banner of Alaska Housing Finance Corporation for the specific purpose of developing, refining and producing an in-state natural gas pipeline project plan by July 1, 2011 (see link below). The focus of the pipeline project is to supply gas to Southcentral Alaska by 2016 to offset the projected supply decline.
Alaska Gasline Development Corporation submitted a revised application dated March 21, 2011, in accordance with the Alaska Right-of-Way Leasing Act, AS 38.35.050, for a proposed Alaska Stand Alone Gas Pipeline/ASAP (ASAP) right-of-way lease. On Monday, July 25, the SPCO issued a comprehensive right-of-way lease to AGDC.
ASAP ROW Lease and Exhibits
Leasehold Location Order No. 32 Documents