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Alaska Editorial: Oil work creates some disruption

The following editorial first appeared in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner: The $1.
Opinion | AK legislature
Alaska editorial: Domestic drilling is preferable to buying America's oil abroad

...the North Sea. Those areas are challenged, respectively, by hurricanes and famously harsh North Atlantic storms, but oil work has been on balance sound and safe, and environmental impacts have been relatively minor. That mirrors Alaska's experience...
Two views: Time for oil tax cut

...happen anyway in a few years if nothing changes. We must start working today to prevent that outcome.? "North Slope oil work is growing under the current tax regime." Yes, employment and other expenditures are up, but nothing like they are...
Former oil executives optimistic about natural gas pipeline bids

...called the Genocide Intervention Network. Members urged Palin to reject Sinopec's application, claiming the company's oil work in Sudan helped the government there press violence in the Darfur region. Construction of any Alaska gas line remains...
Alaska editorial: Take time with ACES keep the pipeline operating. It's also hard to argue with the industry's assertion that certain categories of oil work have dropped off recently. Active oil rigs are hard to miss; if they aren't working, no amount of statistical analysis...
Alaska Editorial: Fundamental reform is needed in the oil patch

...governor's fundamental premise. Rather, it's a modified endorsement of the idea that we can use tax reform to boost oil work in Alaska and improve the state's long-term financial stability.The major oil companies in Alaska might be in...
An August First Friday

...Alli Rosen, featured a few months ago at the Friendly Planet's loft space, will hang some of her recent acrylic and oil work. Cedar Stark, one of 15 photographers in the Alaska Photographic Arts Association spring show at KTOO, will show a...
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Juneau Empire Online Archive Local News: BP plans to delay work on Sourdough discovery 1/16/98

...Democrat-controlled Congress, and then by President Clinton, who argued that the area's unique environment would be damaged by oil work. Sourdough is about 50 miles east of Prudhoe Bay, the heart of Alaska's oil industry. Getting Sourdough oil to...


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