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Survey says Alaska has poor business climate for oil

Survey says Alaska has poor business climate for oil

A survey of oil company managers and executives has given Alaska poor marks for its business climate.

Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission revises hydro fracking regs

Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission revises hydro fracking regs

The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has revised their proposed hydraulic fracking regulations again.

ConocoPhillips adding new drill rig to Kuparak Oil Field

ConocoPhillips adding new drill rig to Kuparak Oil Field

ConocoPhillips announced Wednesday that they are adding another new drill rig to the Kuparak oil field on the North Slope.

Anti-Pebble Initiative Clears Signature Hurdle

Anti-Pebble Initiative Clears Signature Hurdle

A group opposed to the proposed Pebble Mine has secured enough signatures to get their initiative on the ballot.

Feds pay Alaska $19 million for oil, gas development

Feds pay Alaska $19 million for oil, gas development

The Department of Interior announced Tuesday it paid Alaska $19 million over the previous year for oil and gas development on federal land in the state.

LNG pipeline plan suggests state ownership stake

LNG pipeline plan suggests state ownership stake

The Department of Natural Resources has released a roadmap for getting a natural gas pipeline built, and it involves taking on a multi-billion-dollar ownership stake in the project.

Ketchikan official proposes selling dam

Ketchikan official proposes selling dam

A Ketchikan official wants to sell a dam project under development.

AEL&P parent company agrees to merger with Spokane-based Avista

AEL&P parent company agrees to merger with Spokane-based Avista

Alaska Energy and Resources Company will join Avista subsidiary Avista Utilities by July 2014, pending the approval of state and federal regulators, as well as AERC shareholders.

How long will the Trans-Alaska Pipeline be viable?

How long will the Trans-Alaska Pipeline be viable?

The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System is the 800-mile long backbone of the state’s energy infrastructure.

Greens Creek Mine wins technology award

Greens Creek Mine wins technology award

Juneau’s Greens Creek Mine has won an award for its traffic safety system at the Admiralty Island operation.