"Make it Monday" forum - Pebble's Path Forward
Our objective is to help Alaskans develop a more thorough and accurate understanding of the project. Pebble could play an important role in Alaska’s future should we secure the required state and federal permits for the project. It could employ Alaskans and our future generations, and become an economic engine for southwest and southcentral Alaska.
The Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Pebble Project has been released by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). We believe it demonstrates that the project can be done in an environmentally responsible manner and that it points to a clear path forward for permitting success.
Tom Collier, CEO, Pebble Limited Partnership
Tom was appointed CEO of the Pebble Partnership in February 2014. Prior to this role, Tom had a
forty year legal career with Steptoe and Johnson with a specialty for guiding companies through the
federal environmental permitting process. He has worked on several Alaska resource projects including
the reauthorization of TAPS, Alpine oil development, and the CD-5 bridge issue. In addition to his legal
career, Tom has worked for the U.S. Department of the Interior as Chief of Staff for former Secretary
Bruce Babbitt and at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Tom has a Law Degree
from the University of Mississippi where he graduated first in his class. Tom moved to Anchorage in
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