The Alaska LNG Project has scheduled a series of open houses across Alaska to provide details about the multi-billion dollar project.
The first meeting will be held tonight at Nikiski Middle-High School, 52275 Education Drive in Nikiski, from 6-9 p.m.
Officials with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, or FERC, will be attend the meetings as part of the federal agency’s process in preparing an environmental impact statement for the process, according to an Alaska LNG media release.
FERC approval is required to construct and operate the planned gas treatment plant at the North Slope, 800-mile long pipeline, gas liquefaction plant and the LNG shipping terminal in Nikiski.
— Staff report