AGDC Liquefaction Plant Permit Material
Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC) is planning the construction of the Liquefaction Plant. A new stationary source located in Southcentral Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula, approximately 3 miles southwest of Nikiski and 8.5 miles north of Kenai. The Liquefaction Plant is planned to encompass 921 acres, including 901 acres onshore for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) Plant as well as 20 acres offshore for the Marine Terminal. The Liquefaction Plant will be the terminus of an approximately 807-mile gas pipeline, allowing natural gas from Alaska’s North Slope to be shipped to outside markets. The stationary source will consist of structures and equipment associated with processing, storage, and loading of LNG. There will be three liquefaction trains combining to process up to approximately 20 million metric tons per annum of LNG.
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