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Federal Coordinator's office launches Alaska Gas Line digital library.

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The office of the Federal Coordinator for an Alaska North Slope natural gas pipeline has posted a digital library that compiles, consolidates, organizes and preserves for the public many of the reports, maps, analyses and other work on proposed North Slope gas pipeline projects going back to the 1970s. The Pipe Files--Alaska Gas Line opened and is available through the Federal Coordinator website www.arcticgas.gov.

The Web-accessible, searchable library includes pipeline route maps, construction plans, environmental reports, economic and engineering analyses, applicable laws, consultant reports for government agencies and legislative bodies created over the years as project proponents and government agencies have worked on potential Alaska gas line projects. Everything in the library is in the public domain, and access is free. Users can search by title, author, agency, key words and many subject categories. A full-text search function also is being developed.
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Title Annotation:Newsreel
Publication:Pipeline & Gas Journal
Geographic Code:1U9AK
Date:Feb 1, 2013
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