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Pebble Partnership

Based in Anchorage, Alaska, the Pebble Limited Partnership (PLP) is wholly owned by Northern Dynasty. Established in 2007 to design, permit, construct and operate a modern, long-life mine at Pebble, PLP has overseen a robust program of mineral exploration, environmental and socioeconomic studies, technical and engineering studies, as well as government, Alaska Native and other stakeholder relations to advance the Pebble Project into permitting.

Most recently, the Pebble Partnership has focused on addressing a pre-emptive regulatory action initiated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). EPA has proposed unprecedented development restrictions at Pebble under Section 404(c) of the Clean Water Act, prior to PLP proposing a development plan or submitting permit applications, or the completion of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) under National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) permitting process. PLP is advancing a multi-dimensional strategy to ensure Pebble can initiate federal and state permitting unencumbered by any extraordinary development restrictions.

Tom Collier - CEO

Tom Collier is a regulatory lawyer and former Chief of Staff in the U.S. Department of Interior with extensive experience in federal permitting -- specifically the EIS process under NEPA and 404 wetlands permitting under the Clean Water Act. Prior to being appointed CEO of the Pebble Partnership in February 2014, Collier had a 40+ year legal career with Washington DC-based Steptoe & Johnson, with a specialty for guiding companies through federal environmental permitting processes. He has worked on numerous Alaska resource projects, including reauthorization of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System, Alpine oil development and Conoco Phillips' CD-5 project.
John Shively - Chairman

John Shively came to Alaska in 1965 as a VISTA volunteer. What began as a one-year assignment turned into a career involved in issues that have shaped Alaska. Shively worked with NANA Regional Corporation to negotiate development of Teck's Red Dog zinc mine. He served under two governors, including as Natural Resources Commissioner. He's been a Trustee for the Alaska Permanent Fund, Regent at the University of Alaska and board member for the Alaska State Chamber of Commerce and the Resource Development Council of Alaska -- serving the latter as president for five years. Shively received the Bill Egan Award as the State Chamber's Alaskan of the Year in 2009, and has also been recognized by the Alaska Federation of Natives with its prestigious Denali Award.