Archive of: Oil & Gas Articles

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August Issue 3 2014

Repeal will hit gasline, treasury

State administration officials are mulling a series of complex effects that a repeal of Senate Bill 21, should it occur on Aug. 19, would have on near-term state finances and the planning for the large natural gas pipeline project that is now underway.

August Issue 2 2014

Federal delay may scuttle 2015 season at GMT-1

ConocoPhillips could lose a year in starting work on its Greater Moose’s Tooth No. 1 project in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska due to a possible U.S. Bureau of Land Management delay in completing an environmental impact statement for the project, state Commissioner of Natural Resources Joe Balash says.

Health, safety ‘overkill’ is the norm on Slope August Issue 2 2014

Health, safety ‘overkill’ is the norm on Slope

POINT THOMSON — North Slope work is big business representing thousands of workers and billions of dollars, and nothing is taken for granted to keep the oil and gas machine running safely and efficiently.

No. 2 trade partner South Korea eager for more Alaska ties August Issue 2 2014

No. 2 trade partner South Korea eager for more Alaska ties

The South Korean ambassador to the United States said the bond connecting the countries is strong and Alaska that remains a key trading partner with the East Asian country.