State of Alaska

Municipal Advisory Gas Project Review Board

Information and Documents

Information on the Municipal Advisory Gas Project Review Board (MAGP Board) 

The MAGP Board was created on March 25, 2014 via Governor's Administrative Order No. 269.  In summary, the purpose of the MAGP Board is to develop a framework to evaluate the effects and issues that will arise in the future concerning development of the State’s abundant North Slope natural gas resources and the newly created infrastructure to make those resources available to customers throughout the state and markets worldwide.
See the full text of Administrative Order No. 269

The MAGP Board consists of 12 members who are appointed by the Governor and serve at the pleasure of the Governor. Each member of the Board shall serve a term of one year and may be reappointed to the Board.
Please click HERE for member biographies.

Upcoming/Current Meeting Documents: 

Municipal Advisory Gas Project Review Board 2015 Annual Report 

Future Teleconferenced Informal Board Meeting:


Teleconference Details:
Attendee Code: 23011#

Special Notices: If you are calling-in for public participation, immediately put your phone on mute unless it is during the public comment period or you have been asked otherwise.  Please do not put your call on hold during this teleconference, instead hang up and then re-call in to the meeting.  These steps are taken to prevent any disruptions and audio feedback.


Present/Past Meeting Documents: CLICK HERE

Useful Material or Links:

Alaska North Slope Royaty Study - Link to DNR Page with the study and other information
Alaska LNG - Markets Webinar
Alaska LNG - Supply Chain Webinar
Alaska LNG - Fiscal Framework Webinar
Alaska LNG - Risk Allocation Webinar

Historic Reference Documents from SGDA- Municipal Advisory Group (SGDA-MAG):

Stranded Gas Development Act - Municipal Impact Analysis - November 8, 2004