An excursion by legislators to Washington, D.C., last week for a meeting of the Energy Council gave attendees insight into energy issues and opportunities to share their perspectives with the federal government, several participants said Tuesday.
EAGLE RIVER - There's going green - and then there's the Karns family. Curt and Cindee Karns' Eagle River home epitomizes sustainable living.
Gov. Sean Parnell doesn't like the fact that North Dakota's oil production surpassed Alaska's.
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...the trans-Alaska pipeline, a drill rig has tapped what might one day be the next big energy source.The U.S. Department of Energy and industry partners over two winters drilled into a reservoir of methane hydrate, which looks like ice but...
Last fall I charted a new course to build a natural gas pipeline and deliver our resource to Alaskan homes and a global market.
ANCHORAGE - Escopeta Oil and Gas Co. is negotiating a possible fine with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security over a violation of the U.S. Jones Act that occurred when the company moved the Spartan Drilling Co.
ANCHORAGE - The Energy Council, a group whose Washington, D.C., gatherings shut down Alaska's legislative sessions every February because so many lawmakers attend, is bringing its show to Anchorage for three days this week.
ANCHORAGE - Tissue samples from Alaska's sickened ringed seals will be analyzed for evidence of radiation, but the scientist preparing to do so says he doubts there's a connection to the Japanese nuclear plant damaged by a tsunami last year.
My reason for pursuing meaningful oil tax reform has been consistent: To turn around declining production and create Alaskan opportunity.
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