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Brad Chastain presented the current status of the project Wednesday
Cook Inlet is one of 11 locations described in the department’s Proposed Program for the National Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program
Splits along partisan lines and disagreements over natural gas emerge at the Alaska Sustainable Energy Conference
The region that was once famous for oil is teeming with renewables like wind, solar, geothermal and tidal energy
The company’s Kenai refinery employs about 250 full-time workers
The EPA is seeking to reinitiate the process of making a Clean Water Act determination to protect certain waters in Bristol Bay.
Furie Operating Alaska, LLC, HEX, LLC and Strong Energy Resources, LLC were all identified as bidders.
The size of the leak is reported to be between 75,000 and 150,000 cubic feet a day.
Volunteers have gathered close to 600 signatures of the 692 needed.
Money may come. Eventually.
New Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration is taking a more conservative approach to oil revenue forecasting to help avoid the creation of an oversized budget.… Continue reading
At Wednesday’s Joint Chamber Luncheon, Lisa Bruner, vice president of North Slope operations for ConocoPhillips, presented residents with a big picture look at the company’s… Continue reading
The Kenai Peninsula Borough is seeking an official role in federal permitting of plans to export North Slope natural gas to Asia via a 806-mile… Continue reading
State officials confirmed Tuesday that a billion-dollar bond issue is on hold amid a pending lawsuit by two Juneau men.
Cook Inlet Energy has received fines totaling $50,000 from the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (AOGCC) — $25,000 for failing to test a new… Continue reading