John Howard SR

...To provide for his loved ones in the late '70s he captained seine boats and tenders at Chatham cannery. He worked the pipeline as a welder. He helped with the First & Second Phase construction for T & H Housing in Angoon. He worked with the...
Exxon CEO talks Arctic oil drilling

...have a good understanding of (the) ocean conditions both at the surface and at the subsurface.(For example,) the pipelines that run from those (Arctic) facilities to the shore have to be buried at a sufficient depth below the seabed so...
The Eagle Tree, lowered by a crane, has landed news, that's a big deal," Banghart said.All the museum's heaviest exhibits - the tree, the locomotive, the pipeline - will be installed, before the building is too far along.The 18-ton locomotive will soon be restored at a Juneau...
My Turn: Alaska LNG project

...approach, and we appreciate that. But Alaskans need to know details. What about the LNG component - who owns that? And the pipeline - is the state to shoulder 100 percent of the risk and cost? Who will ship gas, if one or more of the producers remain...
Walker weighs in on session, but they are. That's what I call the lost decade. I spent a lot of time in this building saying, "Take (the pipeline) to Tidewater, take it to Tidewater," and everyone was humming "O Canada."Q: You introduced a bill to expand...
In rural Southeast, big ideas for housing assistance

...population, which is expected to double in size over the next three decades."It's all of the baby boomers from the pipeline aging," Sioux Douglas said last week.By 2022, the report suggests that Juneau will need at least 117 more beds...
My Turn: Alaska's love/hate affair with government spending

...our only real export is oil. Because it's caused by a global surplus, oil companies have no incentive to fill the pipeline right now, even if they could. Before the Budget Control Act was passed, the feds were pumping $12 billion of borrowed...
My Turn: Blaming oil tax for deficit is wrong changed the way tax credits are issued. Now they are tied to production to provide incentives to put more oil in the pipeline, as opposed to the prior credits which were based on dollars spent. Many of the exploration credits are going to smaller...
Empire Editorial: Bars in our wake

...the ferry as the social equalizer, where Alaskans of all kinds mixed with the drinks.The ferry bar is a place where the pipeline welder and legislative lawyer talk, where a cheechako can meet and get to know someone born and raised in Angoon...
Local lawmakers react to State of the State

...the speech, House and Senate Republicans said they were happy to hear Walker so confident about his plans to build the pipeline, although it no longer perks up their ears to hear a governor talk AKLNG."Of course, we've heard that from many...


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