Denali Alaskan Natural Gas Pipeline
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Denali Alaskan Natural Gas Pipeline is a proposed natural gas pipeline.
The proposed pipeline would run from Alaska's North Slope to Alberta, Canada.
- Operator: BP (50%), ConocoPhillips (50%)
- Capacity: 4.5 billion cubic feet per day
- Length: 700 miles / 1,126 km
- Status: Cancelled
- Cost: US$35 billion
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The Denali Alaskan Natural Gas Pipeline was proposed by Denali, an Alaskan Gas Pipeline Company that was a joint venture between BP and ConocoPhillips. 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. The project was cancelled in 2011.
Articles and resources
- Denali Alaskan Natural Gas Pipeline , A Barrel Full, accessed September 2017
- Asset Data, IJGlobal, accessed Aug. 27, 2020
- Chances Dim for an Alaskan Gas Pipeline as Denali Bows Out, New York Times, May 17, 2011
- Denali projects Alaska gas pipeline cost at $35B, San Diego Union-Tribune, Apr. 7, 2010
- "Denali Won't Be 'The Alaska Gas Pipeline'". Natural Gas Intelligence. 2011-05-23. Retrieved 2020-12-05.