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This page was last updated 04/27/04

Application to Extend the Kenai Kachemak Pipeline

"Happy Valley Extension Project"


Kenai Kachemak Pipeline, LLC has applied to amend its right of way lease with the State of Alaska to extend the Kenai Kachemak Pipeline approximately 14.7 miles to connect the line to a newly discovered natural gas field, the Happy Valley #1, near the end of Oilwell Road east of Ninilchik.  Please click on the links below to view copies of the application public notice, a map of the proposed route and background information related to the new natural gas discovery.

Kenai Peninsula Borough, Mayor Bagley Support Letter 04/21/04 (68KB)
State of Alaska, DNR, ROW Lease Application Notice letter 04/14/04 (168KB)
State of Alaska, DNR, "ACMP Final Consistency" letter 03/23/04 (240KB)
State of Alaska, DNR, "Start of ACMP Review" letter 02/03/04 (539KB)
Happy Valley Extension to the KKPL Project Description January, 2004 (9.1MB)
State Pipeline Coordinator's Office Notice of Application (207KB)
Project Background Summary (88KB)
Project Route Map (961KB)
Peninsula Clarion Article: "Happy in the Valley" (84KB)
Peninsula Clarion Article: "Company Seeks Permits... (79KB)

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Bill Popp, Oil & Gas Liaison

Kenai Peninsula Borough, 43335 Kalifornsky Beach Road, #16, Soldotna, AK 99669

907-262-6355 ~ fax 907-262-6762 ~

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