The Seattle City Council voted Monday to avoid doing business with any company that leases land in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to explore for oil.
Kodiak’s Pier 2 is used to hosting cruise ships and large crab boats this time of year. So a 600-foot Navy warship was a little out of place on Tuesday.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy had an audience of more than 30 sovereign wealth funds at a global forum happening in Juneau this week.
Gail Alstrom of the St. Mary’s Sub-Regional Clinic says rural Alaska health care clinics like hers rely on broadband internet service. An outage sends them back in time.
Alaska Congressman Don Young voted against the bill. On the House floor, he told ANWR drilling opponents, “You’re wasting our time.”
On Thursday, the Trump administration took one of the last steps to allow oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
As of Aug. 31, Arctic sea ice coverage dropped to the third-lowest extent on satellite record for that day, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center.
In the email, sent after the deal was made public, BP Alaska President Janet Weiss told employees they have three options, including applying for jobs with BP outside Alaska or leaving the company with a severance package.
If you don’t work for an oil company, you might be wondering: Why should I care? And why does this matter? We asked and answered some of the big questions about the Hilcorp-BP Alaska deal.
BP’s exit from Alaska was rumored long before it was officially announced on Tuesday. But that’s not the only reason the company’s $5.6 billion deal with Hilcorp is far from surprising, experts and industry insiders said.