An equivalent static analysis (ESA) procedure is proposed for the design of extended pile shafts subjected to liquefaction-induced lateral spreading during earthquake loading. The responses of extended pile shafts for a range of soil, structure and ground motion conditions were examined parametrically using nonlinear dynamic finite element analyses (NDA). The results of those parametric analyses were used to develop and calibrate the proposed ESA procedure. The ESA procedure addresses both the nonliquefaction and liquefaction cases, and includes criteria that identify conditions which tend to produce excessive demands or collapse conditions. The ESA procedure, its limitations, and issues important for design are discussed.