Much of the work being done at this stage supports both projects, according to Dunn. The Alaska Stand Alone Pipeline (ASAP) is Alaska’s in-state natural gas pipeline project designed to develop an affordable, long-term energy solution for Fairbanks, South-central, and as many other Alaskan communities as possible.It would be a 733-mile, low pressure pipeline that will run from Prudhoe Bay to Point MacKenzie, with a 30-mile lateral line between the main pipeline and Fairbanks. While AGDC has been advancing both projects at different stages, the corporation is primarily focused on the Alaska LNG Project. ASAP remains as the State’s back up project. Kathy Dunn, Marketing Manager for AGDC: “The vision of the AGDC is to maximize the benefit of Alaska’s vast North Slope natural gas resource for Alaskans. Our purpose is to look at what the resource is on the North Slope, and make sure that we’re doing with that resource benefits Alaska first.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Progress is already underway on two feasible projects for the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation: the well known Alaska LNG Project, and the lesser known ASAP project. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Department of Transportation and Hazardous Materials, and Alaska Department of Natural Resources, prepared the final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) for the ASAP project.