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Holitna Energy applies to state for shallow gas leases

ANCHORAGE - Holitna Energy Corp. has applied for four shallow gas leases in Southcentral Alaska within a 50-mile range of the Donlin Creek gold development project. James Hansen, lease sales manager for the Alaska Division of Oil and Gas, told Petroleum News that the 19,840 acres requested by Holitna Energy for leasing are in a seven-mile long, six-mile wide section located east of the Holitna River and southeast of Sleetmute.

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Alaska Briefs

Man hurt in gas line fire; Douglas Bridge plan consideration delayed; Few pay after Anchorage posts deadbeat list; Two injured after driving into wire; Oil exploration license offered in Bristol Bay; Three die in plane crash; 1 arrested, 1 sought in attempted drowning

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Alaska Digest

News in brief from around the state.

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

FAIRBANKS - An unidentified company is asking the state for an oil and gas exploration license in the Nenana Basin in what is the first significant interest in the area in two decades.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/052901/Biz_Nenana.shtml
Rep.Young introduces ANWR drilling bill

FAIRBANKS - The U.S. House Resources Committee will consider Alaska Rep. Don Young's bill to allow oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The committee's new chairman, Rep. Richard Pombo, a California Republican, issued a brief statement in advance of Wednesday's hearing, saying protecting "our environment and our energy security" are compatible goals.

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Fertilizer-plant bill may cost Alaska more than $11 million

ANCHORAGE - A bill that would help the Agrium fertilizer plant on the Kenai Peninsula could cost the state more than $11 million in lost revenue. Rep. Mike Chenault, a Nikiski Republican, is sponsoring House Bill 57. The bill is expected to move from the House Finance Committee next week, meaning it could soon be up for a vote of the full House.

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'Heavy oil' may be future for North Slope

FAIRBANKS - Heavy oil is thick as honey and hard to pump out of the ground. That's where most of it has stayed while lighter crude is available.

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State regulators reconsider Usibelli gas plan

FAIRBANKS - The Department of Natural Resources is reviewing its decision to grant an exploration license for coalbed methane near Healy.

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Company seeks license to look for gas, oil in Nenana Basin

FAIRBANKS - An unidentified company is asking the state for an oil and gas exploration license in the Nenana Basin in what is the first significant interest in the area in two decades.

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Murkowski announces oil accord with Bristol Bay Native Corp.

State officials have reached an accord with the Bristol Bay Native Corp. over the prospects of opening the first lease sale in the region in more than a decade. "We think the prospects are as bright here as anywhere in the state regarding oil and gas," said Gov. Frank Murkowski. The state Department of Natural Resources has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Bristol Bay Native Corp., which owns 3.1 million acres in the region on behalf of more than 7,000 shareholders.

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