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Still hope for gas pipeline 11/28/2010
Study for DNR suggests future L48 gas prices will support gas from North Slope
Amid current speculation about the future of the Alaska oil and gas industry, as oil production from the North Slope slows down and exploration drilling comes to a near standstill, it has become popul...
AGIA coordinator takes UAF post 09/12/2010
Mark Myers, a former head of the U.S. Geological Survey, is joining the University of Alaska Fairbanks as vice chancellor of research.
Myers currently leads the state's effort, under the Alaska Gaslin...
State, feds, pay for gas line route data 08/08/2010
Information from $1.75 million aerial lidar survey to be available to public; study will identify potential geological hazards
The State of Alaska and the federal government are funding a project to gather detailed aerial laser-imaging data for proposed gas pipeline routes, with results to be made available to the public.
FERC denies YPC extension 05/23/2010
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has denied Yukon Pacific Co.'s request for more time to start building its long-proposed liquefied natural gas facility at Anderson Bay near Valdez, Alaska.
Chevron relinquishes 41 White Hills OandG leases 03/14/2010
Dropped leases lie in southern end of prospect in Brooks Range foothills, but company plans to retain leases around recent exploration wells in the north
Chevron is narrowing its focus at its White Hills prospect on the North Slope.
According to state land records, the state terminated 41 leases in White Hills on Feb. 1 because Chevron, through its sub...
Exxon fights DNR appeal to Supreme Court 03/07/2010
Legal chess match continues over hugely valuable Point Thomson field; state seeks high court help in avoiding technical hearing
Lawyers for ExxonMobil and other oil companies are urging the Alaska Supreme Court not to get involved just yet in the Point Thomson case.
On March 1 the companies filed a 15-page brief opposing a Dep...
Energy fact or fiction? 02/28/2010
Myers argues for solid scientific data in solving world's complex energy issues
As the world's population continues to grow and energy demand continues to climb, scientific facts rather than misinformed policy making need to guide the way through the morass of energy-related issu...
Oil Patch Insider: TransCanada on Arctic gas; RDC conference Nov. 18-19; Buffett cash to build Alaska gas line? 11/15/2009
TransCanada, with a financial stake in the Mackenzie Gas Project and the prospect of operating the main gas pipeline to southern markets, but no ownership position, is ideally situated to tell it stra...
Legislators get biannual report on AGIA 11/08/2009
As required under the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act, legislators have received the second biannual report on the Alaska Pipeline Project licensed under the act.
Alaska Commissioner of Revenue Pat Gal...
Gas prices, availability, now and then 09/27/2009
Alaska Oil and Gas Congress hears pessimistic, optimistic views on future for Arctic gas; told it can't be highest-priced commodity
Natural gas prices are low and supply is plentiful. What does that mean for a proposed Alaska gas pipeline which could begin shipping gas in 2018?
The 5th Annual Alaska Oil and Gas Congress, held in An...