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    The Alaska Gasline Development Corp. is drastically cutting its staffing while it is in the midst of permitting the $43 billion Alaska LNG Project.

    The state-owned corporation issued a statement to the Journal Thursday afternoon from Interim President Joe Dubler that reads: “AGDC is... Read More

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    Alberta’s oil sands producers have done a good job of overcoming technical challenges to boost output of the gooey stuff. It’s moving all that oil to market that’s become the problem.

    It took almost 40 years to get from the first barrel in 1967 to 1.3 million barrels per day in 2008. It... Read More

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    As legislators continue to posture in Wasilla and Juneau, a small group of them continues analyzing the history, and future, of the Permanent Fund dividend program.

    Members of the Bicameral Permanent Fund Working Group discussed the pros and cons of varying levels of PFD payments July 8... Read More

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    As legislators continue to posture in Wasilla and Juneau, a small group of them continues analyzing the history, and future, of the Permanent Fund dividend program.

    Members of the Bicameral Permanent Fund Working Group discussed the pros and cons of varying levels of PFD payments July 8... Read More

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    One fisheries item that appears to have escaped Gov. Michael J. Dunleavy’s veto pen so far is his desire to divert local fish taxes from coastal communities into state coffers.

    Dunleavy’s initial budget in February aimed to repeal the sharing of fisheries business and landing taxes that... Read More

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    WASHINGTON (AP) — Chairman Jerome Powell signaled July 10 that the Federal Reserve is likely to cut interest rates late this month for the first time in a decade in light of a weakening global economy and rising trade tensions.

    Delivering the central bank’s semiannual report... Read More

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    Editor's note: This article has been updated to correct that the 2018 Kenai River personal-use dipnet fishery closed two days early.

    Upper Cook Inlet salmon fisheries are now in full swing, with promising sockeye returns finally showing up.

    East Side setnetters in the... Read More

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    Decision makers in the Department of Natural Resources are in the same boat as Alaska farmers when it comes to making sense of what Gov. Michael J. Dunleavy’s budget vetoes mean for the state’s agriculture development programs.

    Nobody seems to know.

    Division of... Read More

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    Federal regulators all but confirmed Nikiski should be the terminus of the proposed $43 billion Alaska LNG Project when they released the draft version of its environmental review June 28, but officials hopeful to see the project in two other areas have very divergent views on that conclusion.... Read More

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    Federal regulators all but confirmed Nikiski should be the terminus of the proposed $43 billion Alaska LNG Project when they released the draft version of its environmental review June 28, but officials hopeful to see the project in two other areas have very divergent views on that conclusion.... Read More