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December Issue 3 2013

C-P Slope budget up $600M

ConocoPhillips is ramping up its Alaska investments sharply.

LNG 101: Outlook for the Future December Issue 3 2013

LNG 101: Outlook for the Future

December Issue 3 2013

State: Don’t blame revenue drop on SB 21

The oil tax law touted as guaranteeing Alaska a bigger slice of the profits pie when oil prices rise may well have boomeranged.

December Issue 3 2013

AIDEA completes sale of Healy coal plant to Golden Valley

Golden Valley Electric Association of Fairbanks has completed the purchase of the 50-megawatt Healy Clean Coal Project from the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority, the state’s development corporation that built and owned the plant.

December Issue 3 2013

Hilcorp to spend $300M on Inlet assets in ‘14

Renewed oil and gas investment in Cook Inlet has temporarily stabilized the Southcentral energy picture and Hilcorp Energy LLC Midstream Alaska Vice President Kurt Gibson laid out his company’s view of what must happen to ensure a stable future at a Dec. 6 Commonwealth North meeting.

December Issue 3 2013

Brooks Range on track for Mustang production in mid-2015

Brooks Range Petroleum, a small Alaska-based independent oil and gas company, is on track to have its new Mustang field on the North Slope field in production in 2015 and also intends to announce new partners soon for the project, the company’s Chief Operating Officer, Bart Armfield, said in an interview.

Agrium Inc. applies for key permit to allow plant restart December Issue 3 2013

Agrium Inc. applies for key permit to allow plant restart

Agrium Inc. has applied for an air quality permit for a restart of its closed fertilizer plant at Nikiski, near Kenai.

December Issue 3 2013

AIDEA board delves into cost of trucking LNG to Fairbanks

The Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority discussed the cost of “using the haul road as a pipeline substitute,” as Deputy Director Mark Davis described it, at the agency’s Dec. 5 board meeting.

BC premier leads effort to capture South Korea gas market December Issue 2 2013

BC premier leads effort to capture South Korea gas market

SEOUL — On the heels of the announcement that British Columbia’s shale gas reserves are double previous levels, Premier Christy Clark hosted a natural gas forum here Nov. 29 to promote energy sales, infrastructure construction partnerships and overall business relationships.