Port of Alaska cement and petroleum terminal scheduled for completion in late 2021

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US: Austin Quinn-Davidson, the acting mayor of Anchorage in Alaska, has announced that the city’s new cement and petroleum terminal at the Port of Alaska will be completed by late 2021. The Anchorage Daily News has reported that the estimated US$203m terminal will last for 75 years and be able to endure future seismic events like the earthquake that damaged the port in November 2018.

Municipal manager Bill Falsey said, “Even in these challenging times, we can still do big and important and challenging things.” He estimated the eventual total cost of an upgrade to the port would be around US$1bn.

Last modified on 18 November 2020

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