The city of Valdez, site of the trans-Alaska pipeline’s marine terminal, wants the public to have information about the private company’s financial wherewithal.
ExxonMobil told shareholders last week the company doesn’t expect to expand its activities in the Arctic.
A Pentagon spokesperson said President Joe Biden gave the order to shoot the object down.
The bear was first spotted around Thanksgiving eating foxes and, after a few days, observers confirmed that it was orphaned.
Hilcorp became the main oilfield operator in the state after it bought BP’s Alaska assets last year.
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.
A state corporation is in the middle of making another push to get a natural gas pipeline built from the North Slope to the Kenai.
Former Alaskan Tommy Beaudreau is on his way to becoming the second in command at the U.S. Interior Department as the deputy to Secretary Deb Haaland.
Oil company Hilcorp has received the last regulatory approval in its deal to buy the Alaska assets once owned by BP.
The Trump administration is close to auctioning off drilling rights for the land in northeast Alaska — potentially just days before President-elect Joe Biden takes office in January. But to what degree will the industry participate?