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Published May 24, 2019
Expiration date: 7/1/2019

Pebble Limited Partnership, 3201 C Street, Suite 505, Anchorage, Alaska, 99503, states that the project purpose is to produce commodities, including copper, gold, and molybdenum, from the Pebble Deposit, which is a naturally occurring concentration of copper-gold-molybdenum and other valuable minerals, in a manner that is commercially viable using proven technologies that are suitable for the remote project location. Work being proposed includes the discharge of 524,000 cubic yards of gravel and rip rap for the construction of a causeway/wharf; installation of two lighted navigation buoys; installation of six mooring buoys at two separate locations below the mean high water mark of the Cook Inlet; and installation of 104-miles of natural gas pipeline across the Cook Inlet; construction of two ferry terminals on Lake Iliamna; installation of four mooring/navigation buoys in Lake Iliamna; and installation of 18-miles of natural gas pipeline below the ordinary high water mark of Lake Iliamna.  The project location is in southwest Alaska, near Iliamna Lake, approximately 200 miles southwest of Anchorage and 60 miles west of Cook Inlet.  The mine site and a majority of the proposed supporting infrastructure would be located in the Lake and Peninsula Borough with the remainder of supporting infrastructure located in the Kenai Peninsula Borough.