Alaskan Natural Gas Pipeline Denali

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Summary Information

  • Source: Alaska
  • Destination: Alberta, Canada
  • Ownership: BP and ConocoPhillips
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  • Length: kilometres (700 miles)
  • Capacity: per day
  • Status: Cancelled


  • The project consisted of a gas treatment plant on Alaska's North Slope and a large-diameter pipeline that travels over 700 miles through Alaska, and then into Canada through the Yukon Territory and British Columbia to Alberta.
  • The project also tentatively included a large diameter pipeline from Alberta to the Lower 48 states.


  • 2008 - BP and ConocoPhillips Join forces on the project
  • 2011 - Denali Discontinues Gas Pipeline Project


  1. BP and ConocoPhillips Join on the Alaska Gas Pipeline
  2. Denali Discontinues Gas Pipeline Project
  3. Twelfth Report to Congress on Progress Made in Licensing and Constructing the Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline

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