According to this story by Steve Levine (LINK) Dan Sullivan is visiting China and Japan pitching the security of LNG from Alaska. There's also another related story by Levine (LINK).
Apparently there's a 14 slide presentation he presents. I've asked the DNR for a copy (can't find it on their website).
Quotes from the Steve Levine story:
When Dan Sullivan, Alaska's bare-knuckles natural resources chief, stands before a decisionmaker from China or Japan, he whips out a 14-slide PowerPoint and minces no words: You may be currently buying natural gas from Russia, Qatar or Australia, but take my advice. Get some security in your energy portfolio -- add Alaskan gas.If true this is true then it's good news, but why isn't this story more widely reported and discussed? I look forward to some more information on Dan's trip. It's good to know someone is out pushing the project.
Perhaps, but Sullivan must also persuade the oil companies, which will have to spend an estimated $40 billion to develop the necessary pipeline and LNG infrastructure. Alaska's Parnell is pushing the companies for a serious draft working plan for LNG export, along with an aggressive construction timetable, by September. Given the level of planning and preparation required for such projects, a rapid effort would have the LNG facility completed in about 2019, Sullivan estimates. If the companies can promise all that, Sullivan says, the governor is prepared to put a reasonable long-term tax and royalty deal before the state Legislature for approval in its next session, which begins in January.