About Pebble

Our Commitment

The Pebble Partnership is committed to bringing forward a prospective mine development plan outlining the many opportunities the project may enable. Currently in the exploration and environmental study phases, research is underway to diligently examine and develop methods to responsibly co-exist with the surrounding elements.

Our Core Values

The Pebble Partnership is dedicated to environmentally responsible resource development that respects cultural values and develops economic opportunities for Southwest Alaska.

  • Pebble will benefit Alaskans
  • Pebble will co-exist with healthy fish, wildlife and other natural resources
  • Pebble will apply the world’s best science
  • Pebble will help build sustainable communities
  • At Pebble, we listen before we act

About the Partnership

Based in Anchorage, Alaska, the Partnership is led by CEO John Shively — a former Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Natural Resources and senior executive with NANA Regional Corporation (partners with Teck in the Red Dog zinc mine in northwest Alaska). Since joining PLP in 2008, Mr. Shively has assembled a team of respected resource development professionals to lead the Pebble Project into permitting — including Vice President of Environment Ken Taylor, a former Deputy Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Fish & Game.

The Partnership has also assembled a world-class engineering team to prepare a Prefeasibility Study for the Pebble Project. It includes 20 senior engineers and technical specialists, as well as 58 leading engineering firms and specialized consultancies from the U.S. and around the world.

In addition to engineering design and mine planning, the Pebble Partnership oversees a robust program of activities in the areas of mineral exploration, environmental/socioeconomic studies, stakeholder relations and public affairs.

Resolutions Supporting Due Process

Business, institutions, industries, and entities from the Bristol Bay region have indicated their agreement that Pebble should be allowed to go through the established permitting process to explain how the project could be developed in an environmentally responsible manner.

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