The Alaska LNG Project will export LNG from the Point Thomson Unit and Prudhoe Bay Unit production fields on Alaska’s North Slope.

The pipeline would run from a new gas treatment plant on the North Slope to a new LNG export terminal near Nikiski, Alaska. The pipeline would have a capacity of 3.5 Bcf/d of natural gas, and provide North Slope gas to Alaskans at a minimum of five points along the route for in-state use.

The LNG export terminal is expected to have an export capacity of the equivalent to approximately 3 Bcf/d.

Earlier this year, the Alaskan State Legislature passed a bill for the state...