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Alaska Journal Sep 19
In all, industry observers note that the numerous projects beyond simply the exploration phase could incrementally add nearly 400,000 barrels of production on the Slope.
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Alaska Journal Sep 17
Nominations are now open for the 2019 Top Forty Under 40
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Alaska Journal Sep 12
OPINION: "What these groups have in common is their fight against resource development of all kinds in addition to the money that insulates them from the consequences of the policies they are trying to implement around the country."
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Alaska Journal Sep 10
BP, which already has a gas sale deal with the state, was also at the table as the owner of a little more than a third of the Point Thomson field.
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Alaska Journal Aug 30
The Siemens plan starts with the company’s modular “LNGo” liquefaction units that can produce up to 30,000 gallons of LNG per day.
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Alaska Journal Aug 29
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Alaska Journal Aug 28
Ruling: “(T)hat the case was settled without the knowledge of Anchorage leads the Court to conclude that Anchorage’s argument regarding ‘evasion’ are compelling enough to hold that Anchorage has a substantial need to review AECOM’s work-product"
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Alaska Journal Aug 24
“In agreeing to the land exchange, the (Interior) Department is establishing a ‘proper balance’ between the interests of the people of Alaska and the conservation of Alaska’s natural resources, as intended by ANILCA,” federal attorneys argued.
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Alaska Journal Aug 23
"Note to Mead: You can’t beat something with nothing, and looking for scapegoats anywhere but the mirror is a bigger waste of time than your short-lived campaign"
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Alaska Journal Aug 22
The Municipality of Anchorage lawsuit against the federal government continues eight years after work stopped on the failed port expansion project.
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Alaska Journal Aug 16
From CEO Barrett: "We plan to keep Alaska’s pipeline operating safely, while protecting Alaska’s environment, fish and wildlife. The initiative makes achieving that goal more difficult."
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Alaska Journal Aug 15
The UA is using the Educators Rising program, which is similar to the successful Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program in that it targets middle and high schoolers interested in teaching.
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Alaska Journal Aug 15
From Scott Jepsen, VP of : “We think it’s really incredible what’s happening.”
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Alaska Journal Aug 14
According to one analyst: "if there is a trade deal to be done LNG will be involved. … The latest rhetoric smacks of a negotiation being played out in a very public way."
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Alaska Journal Aug 3
The governor and Alaska Gasline Development Corp. CEO believe the current trade dispute will be resolved long before it impacts the Alaska LNG Project.
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Alaska Journal Aug 2
Larry Persily rounds up new and expanding LNG projects from Nigeria to Papua New Guinea in his debut column for the Journal.
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Alaska Journal Aug 1
The owners of a rare earths prospect on Prince of Wales Island have shifted their plans from development of the deposit to an initial step of building a processing plant in Ketchikan.
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Alaska Journal Jul 27
The stock price for jumped more than 10 percent Thursday after the release of its second quarter earnings report.
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Alaska Journal Jul 27
Proponents of the habitat initiative found the concerns expressed to be premature and overblown, but the Senate Resources chair described the ballot measure as a "wholesale rewrite" of the state's permitting rules.
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Alaska Journal Jul 26
The state's largest oil producer spent $581 million in Alaska during the second quarter, and turned a sizable profit as well.
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