- Senior Vice President Alaska Gasline Development Corporation
Frank joined the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation in April 2012. As Senior Vice President, Frank is responsible for overseeing the program management, regulatory, and engineering of the Alaska LNG and the Alaska Stand Alone Pipeline (ASAP) projects.
As part of the executive team, Frank’s responsibilities include executing the legislative requirements including organizational structure and program management. When serving as pipeline engineering manager and government affairs director for AGDC prior to his current role, Frank worked intimately with the Alaska Legislature in 2013 to secure legislation and funding to advance the ASAP project.
Frank is a registered professional engineer with broad engineering, project and program management, budget and legislative experience. His work experience has included managing multi-billion dollar budgets.
During his tenure as deputy commissioner for State of Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities, Frank had direct oversight of the Department’s program and project development including planning, environmental, design and construction engineering, finance and administration. He also had direct oversight of Department’s administrative, capital and operating budgets.
Frank has worked on large-scale infrastructure, hydroelectric, mining and oil development projects, including the Red Dog mine near Kotzebue, Alaska, the Bradley Lake hydroelectric project near Homer, Alaska, numerous airport and highway projects across Alaska and various offshore North Slope oilfield development projects.
Prior to joining AGDC, Frank served as the Deputy Federal Coordinator for Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects.