House Resources Committee - Presentations and Background Information
|•||Heavy Oil 101 |
Heavy Oil vs. Light Oil
Posted: 2010-02-16 [PDF:6.64MB]
|•||Cover Letter to Stand Alone Gas Pipeline Presentation by Harry Noah|
Posted: 2010-02-02 [PDF:102KB]
A long-term natural gas supply is important to Alaska and I appreciate your support as we move forward to make this project a success. Please call on me if I can provide any additional information as we work toward answering that one big question for Alaskans. ~ Harry Noah
|•||Defense Logistics Agency-DESC Alaska Fischer-Tropsch Synthetic Fuels Pilot Program (Apr 09)|
Posted: 2010-02-02 [PDF:1.84MB]
To Provide the Department of Defense and Other Government Agencies with Comprehensive Energy Solutions in the Most Efficient and Economical Manner Possible.
|•||Harry Noah Analysis Presentation on Stand Alone Gas Pipeline Alternatives|
Posted: 2010-02-02 [PDF:386.33MB]
The Stand Alone Gas Pipeline Route Alternatives Analysis evaluated two Stand Alone pipeline routes from the North Slope to the Anchorage area - the project facilities were assumed the same for both routes, and both routes were identical from the North Slope to the Livengood area. The route following the Parks Highway was about $490 million less expensive than the route following the Richardson/Glenn highway. No significant critical flaws were found for either route from an environmental standpoint and no significant differences were found from the viewpoint of users served.
|•||TransCanada's TonyPalmer Jan 2010 Presetation to HRES -- A presentation on Alaska's Pipeline Project and Open Season Filing|
Posted: 2010-02-02 [PDF:608KB]
In an Open Season, the pipeline company provides potential shippers with an engineering design, commercial terms and an estimate of project costs, tariffs and timelines.
|•||TransCanada and ExxonMobil - Open Season Notice - April 30, 2010 - July 30, 2010|
Posted: 2010-02-02 [PDF]
TransCanada Alaska Company LLC ("TC Alaska") will conduct a binding Open Season for the U.S. portion of a new interstate natural gas pipeline system, beginning at 8:00 a.m. CDT on Friday April 30, 2010 and ending on Friday, July 30, 2010 at 5:00 p.m. CDT.
|•||TransCanada - Appendix A, Pre-Approval Form of Precedent Agreement [PDF]|
|•||Alaska Natural Gas Needs and Market Assessment|
Posted: 2009-09-16 [PDF:324KB]
Recent increases in NG and product prices improves the feasibility of NG-intensive industries in SC Alaska. All assessed industries appear feasible under the applied high price scenario. Under the low price scenario, LNG and GTL industries may need contracts in premium markets (e.g., Japan) for feasibility. The greatest uncertainty is associated with GTL due to the combination of evolving market, costs, and technology
|•||In-State Gas Program Stand Alone Route Alternative Analysis|
Posted: 2009-09-16 [PDF:2.08MB]
Major differences between different routes is pipeline length. Richardson Highway route is more than 90 miles longer than Parks Highway route. No clear differences in potential environmental impacts other than pipeline length. No identified fatal flaws from an environmental standpoint. The number of customers served on either route is comparable, although Richardson Highway is slightly higher. Potential demand is higher along Parks Highway. Richardson Highway route is $480 million more costly.