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The Denali Alaska gas pipeline group owned by BP and ConocoPhillips have submitted an application for a right-of-way across federal lands in Alaska, a company spokesman said Nov. 13. About one-third of the 730 miles of the pipeline route in Alaska are on federal lands managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.
Denali files application 111908 BUSINESS 2 Capital City Weekly The Denali Alaska gas pipeline group owned by BP and ConocoPhillips have submitted an application for a right-of-way across federal lands in Alaska, a company spokesman said Nov. 13. About one-third of the 730 miles of the pipeline route in Alaska are on federal lands managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.
Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Story last updated at 11/19/2008 - 4:23 pm

Denali files application

The Denali Alaska gas pipeline group owned by BP and ConocoPhillips have submitted an application for a right-of-way across federal lands in Alaska, a company spokesman said Nov. 13. About one-third of the 730 miles of the pipeline route in Alaska are on federal lands managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

The Denali project would build a large-diameter pipeline from the Alaska North Slope approximately 2,000 miles to a location near the British Columbia-Alberta border, where it could connect with existing pipelines, the company has said in briefings. A possible 1,500-mile further extension of the pipeline from Alberta to the U.S. Midwest is still under study, MacDowell said.

Meanwhile, Calgary-based TransCanada Corp. is working on a rival proposal to build a pipeline along a similar route from northern Alaska to Alberta. TransCanada also plans an open season in 2010, said Tony Palmer, the company's vice president for Alaska gas development.


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