A state official says competing applications to provide natural gas distribution in North Pole could slow a liquefied natural gas trucking plan.
A decision by Alaska Airlines to serve Fairbanks with turboprop airplanes instead of jets for service to Anchorage has launched a barrage of complaints from residents of Alaska's second-largest city, with many expressing their anger through social media.
Alaska Airlines plans to replace most of the jets it flies between Fairbanks and Anchorage with three turboprop planes, freeing up the jets to be used for new routes between Anchorage and the Lower 48.
During the final afternoon of the Coast Guard’s hearing regarding the Dec. 31, 2012, grounding of the Kulluk drill rig, a skipper from the tow vessel pulling the drilling unit said its fuel came from Delta Western Inc.
The development of Alaska Ship and Drydock in Ketchikan has been more than 30 years in the works.