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Buccaneer files for bankruptcy

Buccaneer files for bankruptcy

Buccaneer Energy, an independent Cook Inlet explorer with high hopes but skimpy resources, saw those hopes come crashing down May 31. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection that day in a U.S. Bankruptcy Court in south Texas.
Point Thomson-TAPS connection complete

Point Thomson-TAPS connection complete

At Point Thomson, it is $2 billion dollars down and $2 billion to go for ExxonMobil.
Loans edge up, net income drops for Alaska-based banks

Loans edge up, net income drops for Alaska-based banks

Alaska-based financial institutions posted healthy first quarter results, similar to the first quarter of 2013.
With CD-5 half-built, judge faults Corps permit

With CD-5 half-built, judge faults Corps permit

A U.S. Alaska District Court judge has ruled that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers did not provide an adequate rationale for its decision to allow ConocoPhillips to proceed with road and bridge construction at its $1 billion CD-5 project in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.

After filing deadline, 12 incumbents to run unopposed

Alaskans love to complain about their politicians, but when push comes to shove, at election time, there aren’t a lot of people willing to step up to replace them.
EDITORIAL: US foreign policy a drifting disappointment

EDITORIAL: US foreign policy a drifting disappointment

FISH FACTOR: GM salmon labeling amendment moves ahead

GUEST COMMENTARY: Healthy small businesses can solve state housing crisis

API pres: Alaska proves potential of resource development

API pres: Alaska proves potential of resource development

Judge rules for ADFG in lawsuit over 2013 Cook Inlet salmon management

A state judge ruled in favor of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in the lawsuit regarding the 2013 Cook Inlet salmon fisheries.

Young adds subsistence to MSA; pollock caps may rise

Wind power storage generating heat, displacing diesel

Wind power storage generating heat, displacing diesel

10 days battling Funny River Horse Trail fire cost $6.1M

10 days battling Funny River Horse Trail fire cost $6.1M

US hacking victims fell prey to mundane ruses

Visa, MasterCard pushing for chip cards

Visa, MasterCard pushing for chip cards

Bulletin 06/08/14

Movers & Shakers 06/08/14

Archive »Construction Articles

Point Thomson-TAPS connection complete

Point Thomson-TAPS connection complete

At Point Thomson, it is $2 billion dollars down and $2 billion to go for ExxonMobil.
With CD-5 half-built, judge faults Corps permit

With CD-5 half-built, judge faults Corps permit

A U.S. Alaska District Court judge has ruled that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers did not provide an adequate rationale for its decision to allow ConocoPhillips to proceed with road and bridge construction at its $1 billion CD-5 project in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.

Archive »Oil & Gas

Buccaneer files for bankruptcy

Buccaneer files for bankruptcy

Buccaneer Energy, an independent Cook Inlet explorer with high hopes but skimpy resources, saw those hopes come crashing down May 31. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection that day in a U.S. Bankruptcy Court in south Texas.
Point Thomson-TAPS connection complete

Point Thomson-TAPS connection complete

At Point Thomson, it is $2 billion dollars down and $2 billion to go for ExxonMobil.
With CD-5 half-built, judge faults Corps permit

With CD-5 half-built, judge faults Corps permit

A U.S. Alaska District Court judge has ruled that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers did not provide an adequate rationale for its decision to allow ConocoPhillips to proceed with road and bridge construction at its $1 billion CD-5 project in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.
API pres: Alaska proves potential of resource development

API pres: Alaska proves potential of resource development

Wind power storage generating heat, displacing diesel

Wind power storage generating heat, displacing diesel

Archive »Technology

Wind power storage generating heat, displacing diesel

Wind power storage generating heat, displacing diesel

Visa, MasterCard pushing for chip cards

Visa, MasterCard pushing for chip cards

US hacking victims fell prey to mundane ruses

Archive »Alaska Politics

After filing deadline, 12 incumbents to run unopposed

Alaskans love to complain about their politicians, but when push comes to shove, at election time, there aren’t a lot of people willing to step up to replace them.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Healthy small businesses can solve state housing crisis

Archive »National Politics

Young adds subsistence to MSA; pollock caps may rise

Archive »Finance

Loans edge up, net income drops for Alaska-based banks

Loans edge up, net income drops for Alaska-based banks

Alaska-based financial institutions posted healthy first quarter results, similar to the first quarter of 2013.

Archive »Fishery Stories

Judge rules for ADFG in lawsuit over 2013 Cook Inlet salmon management

A state judge ruled in favor of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in the lawsuit regarding the 2013 Cook Inlet salmon fisheries.

Young adds subsistence to MSA; pollock caps may rise

Archive »General News

10 days battling Funny River Horse Trail fire cost $6.1M

10 days battling Funny River Horse Trail fire cost $6.1M