Denali Alaskan Natural Gas Pipeline

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Denali Alaskan Natural Gas Pipeline was a proposed natural gas pipeline which is now cancelled.[1]


The proposed pipeline would run from Alaska's North Slope to Alberta, Canada.

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Project Details

  • Operator: BP (50%), ConocoPhillips (50%)[2]
  • Owner: BP (50%), ConocoPhillips (50%)[2]
  • Parent company: BP (50%), ConocoPhillips (50%)[2]
  • Length: 700 miles / 1,126 km
  • Capacity: 4.5 billion cubic feet per day[2]
  • Diameter:
  • Status: Cancelled[2]
  • Start Year:
  • Cost: US$35 billion[2]
  • Financing:
  • Associated Infrastructure:


The Denali Alaskan Natural Gas Pipeline was proposed by Denali, an Alaskan Gas Pipeline Company that was a joint venture between BP and ConocoPhillips.[3] Beginning in 2010, Denali had proposed deliver 4.5 Billion cubic feet a day from Alaska's North Slope to North America with a pipeline that would cover 700 miles and cost an estimated $35 billion.[4] The project was cancelled in 2011.[5]

Articles and resources


  1. Denali Alaskan Natural Gas Pipeline , A Barrel Full, accessed September 2017
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Asset Data, IJGlobal, accessed Aug. 27, 2020
  3. Chances Dim for an Alaskan Gas Pipeline as Denali Bows Out, New York Times, May 17, 2011
  4. Denali projects Alaska gas pipeline cost at $35B, San Diego Union-Tribune, Apr. 7, 2010
  5. "Denali Won't Be 'The Alaska Gas Pipeline'". Natural Gas Intelligence. 2011-05-23. Retrieved 2020-12-05.

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