After loss of tax credit payments from the state and construction delays, a Cook Inlet oil company asks for help.
Skagway is getting closer to addressing long-standing lead contamination in the harbor. The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation is taking a more proactive approach to motivate clean-up of the ore basin.
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation is done watching from the sidelines as Skagway struggles with how to go about cleaning up decades-old contamination in the ore basin.
The owner of the Skagway’s ore terminal is speaking out against what it sees as ‘false information’ the municipality has put out about the facility.
Walker signed an administrative order requiring the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, Alaska Energy Authority and Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority to find opportunities to become more efficient or consolidate.
The attorney general takes issue with agreement provisions, including one that calls for the sale of LNG from the plant at a fixed price
Key Republicans, like Anchorage Representative Mike Hawker, are skeptical of the utility’s purchase.
About 75 percent of the Alaska Fisheries Science Center’s nearly 340 employees are based in Seattle and other parts of the Pacific Northwest.
AIDEA says it’s still moving forward to prepare an environmental impact statement for the contentious Ambler Road.
AIDEA met in Kotzebue yesterday with a game management group to discuss a proposed 220-mile road to a copper deposit in the Northwest Arctic Borough.