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JUNEAU - BP PLC has decided not to pursue a huge oil project off Alaska's coast in its current form. It's the latest setback for BP's Liberty project, and it raises questions about how, or whether, the project will be pursued in the future.
BP's tankers occasionally return to Valdez with millions of gallons of Alaskan oil on board, reports The San Francisco Chronicle, the Houston Chronicle, and the Fairbanks News Miner.
A car carrier carrying nearly 5,000 autos was being towed Sunday to calmer waters inside the Bering Sea to continue efforts to right the 654-foot ship.
The growth of Native corporations has resulted in an increase in their influence. However, the political power and experience helps Native corporations with their businesses more than it influences social policies affecting Natives, according to corporation executives, lobbyists and legislators.
Alaska Attorney General Bruce Botelho said the state will take a long, hard look at the merger. He said consolidation of the companies controlling most of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline and leases of state-owned oil fields on the North Slope will have a dramatic impact on Alaska.
The largest commercial fishing group in Alaska has voted to oppose a plan to transport unprocessed ore on the Taku River using a hoverbarge until the group's concerns about fish habitat have been resolved.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs' regional office and as many as two dozen employees will likely leave the capital and move to Anchorage, Regional Director Niles Cesar said.
Alaska and federal officials have a list of questions and few answers about a Canadian mining company's plan to use a hoverbarge to transport supplies on the Taku River from the state capital to the Tulsequah Chief mine, roughly 40 miles northeast of downtown.
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