Greater Mooses Tooth Unit Proposed Development Projects
The lease agreement for the GMTU was approved in January 2008, and the first expansion was approved in August 2009.
Greater Mooses Tooth Unit 2 (GMT2)
On August 25, 2015, ConocoPhillips Alaska, Inc. (CPAI) submitted an application for permit to drill (APD) to the BLM for authorization to construct, operate, and maintain a drill site, access road, pipelines and ancillary facilities to support development of petroleum resources at the Greater Mooses Tooth 2 (GMT2) drilling location. The proposed GMT2 drill site, road and pipeline routes are all on BLM-managed lands or ANCSA corporation selected lands.
The proposed GMT2 drilling and production pad is approximately 20 miles southwest of the ConocoPhillips-operated Alpine Central Facility (CD-1). The GMT2 drill site would be supported by permitted GMT1 infrastructure and existing CD-1 infrastructure.
Greater Mooses Tooth Unit 1 (GMT1)
Read: Record of Decision for the Greater Mooses Tooth Unit 1
On July 22, 2013, ConocoPhillips Alaska, Inc. (CPAI) submitted an application with BLM for issuance of a right-of-way grant and related authorizations to construct, operate, and maintain a drill site, access road, pipelines, and ancillary facilities to support development of petroleum resources in GMT1.
A Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) was prepared to supplement the Alpine Satellite Development Plan (ASDP) Final EIS, dated September 2004, which analyzed the establishment of satellite oil production pads and associated infrastructure within the Alpine field. GMT1 was originally analyzed in the ASDP EIS as Colville Delta 6.
The Final GMT1 Supplemental EIS was made available on November 7, 2014, and the BLM published its Record of Decision on February 13, 2015.
The permitted GMT1 drilling and production pad is approximately 14 miles west of the ConocoPhillips-operated Alpine Central Facility (CD-1). The GMT1 drill site would be operated and maintained by Alpine staff and supported by existing CD1 infrastructure.