Begich is first of Alaska's congressional delegation to take a firm stand against the mine
Kensington is expected to be the company's top gold producer in 2014
The terms of the agreement with the North Slope producers and TransCanada have been released.
KUCB reported yesterday that a new study on the hot springs powered by Akutan Volcano could be the answer to Akutan's power needs.
Governor Sean Parnell announced Friday the state is taking a new approach to a large-scale natural gas line in Alaska.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski yesterday called for lifting the decades-old ban on crude exports.
Exxon and Chevron have made major contributions to a campaign that wants to preserve a controversial oil tax law that passed this year, according to recent filings with the Alaska Public Offices Commission.
In Washington, at both the White House and in Congress, 2014 brings changes to the politics of energy that are likely to affect Alaska.
Two years ago, oil companies spent over a million dollars to defeat an election initiative and they’re on track to spend even more this year.
U.S. Forest Service announces new supervisor for 3.5 million acre portion of Tongass National Forest