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    When Jennifer Loofbourrow walks through the headquarters of Alpine Fit — currently a 960 square-foot shop and showroom with a lofted office in Midtown Anchorage — she... Read More

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    ConocoPhillips is continuing its series of active North Slope work seasons with seven more exploration wells in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska this coming winter.

    While the drilling will slightly delay one of its prized projects, the Houston-based major is also jumpstarting a... Read More

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    ConocoPhillips is continuing its series of active North Slope work seasons with seven more exploration wells in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska this coming winter.

    While the drilling will slightly delay one of its prized projects, the Houston-based major is also jumpstarting a... Read More

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    “Unpredictable” is the way salmon managers describe Alaska’s 2019 salmon season, with “very, very interesting” as an aside.

    The salmon fishery is near its end, and a statewide catch of nearly 200 million salmon is only 6 percent off what the Alaska Department of Fish and Game number... Read More

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    Oil markets have collectively yawned over the past few months as tensions in the Persian Gulf intensified with attacks on oil tankers and tit-for-tat drone shootdowns by the U.S. and Iran.

    Just a decade ago, before the U.S. became the No. 1 producer of oil and natural gas on the planet,... Read More

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    Darren Franz was appointed Anchorage commercial lending officer and executive vice president at First National Bank Alaska. Franz joins FNBA with 27 years of local banking experience. During his banking career, Franz has successfully overseen the management of retail... Read More

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    Alaskans, it’s time to dust off your economics textbooks and dig the calculators out of the back of your junk drawers because the arcane issue of oil taxes is again about to be a hotly contested topic going into the 2020 elections.

    The sponsors of the Fair Share Act all but assured oil... Read More

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    Alaskans, it’s time to dust off your economics textbooks and dig the calculators out of the back of your junk drawers because the arcane issue of oil taxes is again about to be a hotly contested topic going into the 2020 elections.

    The sponsors of the Fair Share Act all but assured oil... Read More

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    Reversing course on an earlier policy, the state is considering allowing Outside investment in marijuana businesses.

    The Marijuana Control Board is seeking public comment on a set of regulations that would allow limited investment from outside the state in marijuana testing... Read More

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    Homer Electric Association members could soon see the benefit from a renegotiated natural gas supply contract that will save the Kenai Peninsula power cooperative more than $2.1 million.

    HEA filed an amendment on Aug. 28 with the Regulatory Commission of Alaska to the gas sales agreement... Read More