Deadline for submission of RFP No. 14-2019, Gas Fired Power Generators, has been extended to 8:00AM, June 3, 2019. Learn more about this RFP.
We just add a Q & A to the to LNG Transportation Agreement. See it at rfp-lng-transportation-agreement.
Request for Proposal RFP No. 10-2019 Natural Gas Pretreatment and Liquefaction Unit See bid materials here. The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit proposals to provide a natural gas pretreatment and liquefaction unit to complete the Titan Facility Project Expansion in accordance with the enclosed documents. Braemar and Coffman Engineers Inc. [...]
INTERIOR GAS UTILITY 3408 International Street Fairbanks, AK 99701 (907) 374-4474 Request for Bids IGU RFP 04-2019 IGU North Pole LNG Storage Facility Notice is hereby given that the Interior Gas Utility is requesting Bid Submittals on the above project to be constructed in North Pole, Alaska. Submittal of Solicitation Documents will be received at the [...]
We have a new RFP available for download. The requested services are for "Public Relations and Marketing Services". You can view the entire RFP at http://www.interiorgas.com/igu-downloads/public-relations-and-marketing-services/.
The Interior Gas Utility (IGU) is seeking proposals for the purpose of establishing a term contract with a financial advisory firm qualified and available to provide a full range of financial services to the IGU. Initially, the contractor will provide financial advisory services required to obtain a credit rating, develop and execute a debt financing [...]
The largest crane in Alaska hoists into place a 200,000-pound roof on the Interior Gas Utility's 5.25-million gallon storage tank on Wednesday, September 12th. IGU General Manager Dan Britton said securing the roof is a monumental step, which will allow work to continue on the tank's interior throughout the winter. The tank [...]
By Dan Bross KUAC FM The latest numbers show a state plan to truck North Slope natural gas to Fairbanks may not hit a targeted consumer price point. Officials updated the public on the project Wednesday, and as KUAC’s Dan Bross reports, they‘re optimistic the price can be brought down. Listen to the full story.