It’s full steam ahead on the Alaska LNG Project as the state prepares for a change in leadership at the capital.
ConocoPhillips Project Manager Mike Britton said more than 255 people participated in more than $30 million worth of fieldwork on the project during the 2014 season.
There are about 130 people working at offices in Anchorage, Houston and Calgary, Alberta, on the plan to export liquefied North Slope gas.
Britton is stationed in the Houston office.
“This is a marathon, not a 100-yard dash,” he said.