A new report describes “aging and obsolete” equipment, decreased oversight, and a workplace culture of retaliation, turnover and mismanagement.
According to Hilcorp, about 300 BP union workers at Prudhoe Bay will remain in their jobs — at least through the end of their current contract.
A citizens watchdog group is concerned new oil response crews coming to Prince William Sound aren’t being trained in rough weather conditions they might have to operate in.
State regulators wrote that the design information submitted so far is “unacceptable for the department’s decision making process” and that “the very limited data provided to date indicates that substantial vessel design deficiencies may exist, particularly in the area of winter operations.”
For the first time in over a decade, the operator of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System announced a year-over-year increase in the amount of oil moving through the pipeline.
In the next few weeks, thousands of seafood processors will return to Unalaska for pollock B season. They’ll be earning more money, thanks to the state’s minimum wage hike — but they’ll also be paying more to live.
Bill Walker has put the oil and gas industry on notice that he will be doing things differently from his predecessor.
The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System is the 800-mile long backbone of the state’s energy infrastructure.