U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski is trying to make a natural gas pipeline from the North Slope more feasible.
The public got its first chance to comment on Gov. Sean Parnell’s proposal to cut taxes on oil companies on Tuesday, and most of the testimony broke along familiar lines.
The number of non-residents working on Alaska’s North Slope continues to increase, according to state Labor Commissioner Dianne Blumer.
Environmentalists from Alaska are hoping to persuade Congressional staffers Shell Oil should not continue its drilling operation in the Arctic this summer.
More than 50 high school students taking an “Introduction to Mining Occupations” course through the University of Alaska Southeast had quite the guest speaker on … more
Last week, Gov. Sean Parnell rolled out his latest proposal to revamp the state’s oil tax structure. It’s the third time he’s tried to do this, and the last two attempts resulted in a stalemate.
Alaska’s economy weathered the Great Recession better than most states, and should hold steady for the foreseeable future. But depending on who you ask, there could be gloom on the horizon.
Alaskans are joining the Canadian First Nations’ Idle No More movement.
The Parnell administration is poised to introduce oil tax reform legislation.
The top oil lobbyist in Washington, D.C. says Shell Oil should not be hampered by the grounding of the Kulluk.