Fairbanks residents pay some of the highest energy costs for any metropolitan area in the nation and have experienced poor air quality due to particulate pollution.

The Interior Energy Project was introduced by Gov. Parnell during the 28th legislative session to bring affordable energy to the Interior as quickly as possible. The legislation provides a financial package to serve as a catalyst to bring natural gas to Fairbanks and North Pole.
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Project Overview

IEP Project Facts

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The IEP will provide an affordable energy alternative to Interior Alaska.

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The IEP is being designed in such a way that it will have the capability to expand and produce more LNG as demand grows.

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The IEP is anticipated to reduce monthly heating bills by 40 to 50 percent resulting in up to $3000 of annual savings to residential ratepayers?

News Article Distribution Map Conversion Analysis

Here are a few new items we would like to highlight this month.

News Article - Energy relief: Advancing natural gas project another big step forward for Fairbanks
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Natural Gas Distribution Map

Natural Gas Conversion Analysis
There are many more news articles for the month of January. Visit the Media Coverage section of our resources page to learn out more!


Legislative Update Presentation

We updated the Legislature with IEP project goals to date. This is what we covered.

IEP Goals, Financing and Project Overview
Project Location
Project Milestones
Scheduling & Permitting
Gas Distribution and Demand

Visit the Resources tab or click on the image to view the presentation.


March IEP Legislative Briefing

March Legislative Briefing

The latest Legislative Briefing on the Interior Energy Project is complete!

Read the latest project updates such as FNSB natural gas distribution service area updates, permitting, North Slope LNG facility progress, LNG trucking updates, IEP financial information and next steps.

Download the March Legislative Briefing here or visit our
resources page.