Spectrum LNG Project - ADL 419409
Spectrum Alaska submits ROW application
Spectrum Alaska, LLC (Spectrum) submitted an application dated Oct. 3, 2012, in accordance with the Alaska Right-of-Way Leasing Act, AS 38.35.050, for a proposed Spectrum LNG Project.
The proposed pipeline right-of-way would contain one eight-inch diameter pipe, a pad for the LNG facilities, and two associated driveways to access Spine Road. The pipeline design maximum throughput is approximately 50 million standard cubic feet (MMscf) per day.
Spectrum requested a 100-foot wide right-of-way for pipeline construction and a 35-foot wide permanent right-of-way. The LNG pad will be 800-foot by 800-foot with two 40-foot wide driveways connecting it to Spine Road. The pad will be used for offices, living quarters, and LNG equipment. During construction, the right-of-way on state-owned lands will be approximately 17.5 acres. The acreage will be reduced, post-construction, to approximately 15.9 acres for the permanent right-of-way.
Spectrum Alaska LNG Project: Commissioner's Analysis and Proposed Decision
The Commissioner of the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) received an application, dated Oct. 3, 2012, from Spectrum Alaska, LLC, for a pipeline Right-of-Way Lease under Alaska Statute 38.35 (Right-of-Way Leasing Act) for the proposed Spectrum Alaska LNG project. The public notice of the application was published in accordance with AS 38.35.070 on Oct. 11, 2012. In accordance with AS 38.35.080 the Commissioner prepared an analysis of the Spectrum Alaska, LLC, application.