“Life Below Zero: First Alaskans” follows several Alaska Native families in different parts of the state as they pursue traditional ways of living off the land.
Regenerate Alaska, a unit of Australia-based 88 Energy Ltd., relinquished the tract it acquired for over $770,000, federal officials said.
To help Alaskans sort through dozens of candidates, Alaska Public Media is asking each where they stand on the issues.
If the repeal goes through, the leases would be canceled immediately with payments returned to the companies that won the leases.
Last week, the Interior Department directed the Bureau of Land Management to review the NPR-A management plan for compliance with President Biden’s climate goals.
Democrats in the U.S. House want to use the budget process to reverse the 2017 law requiring oil lease sales in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
The announcement calls for a new study that will be a supplement to the 2019 environmental impact statement conducted by the Trump administration.
The Biden administration has moved to block development in the refuge — and AIDEA’s move could put the two sides on track for a battle in court.
Murkowski confronted Stone-Manning over the reversal of a BLM land action from the final days of the Trump administration.
Former President Donald Trump has issued a media statement saying Sen. Lisa Murkowski is responsible for the Biden administration’s decision to suspend action on drilling leases in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.