THE EXPLORERS 2004: Eradicating poverty with natural gas
Bristol Bay residents ask state of Alaska to open poverty-stricken region to exploration and development
In 2003, the people living in the Bristol Bay region of Southwestern Alaska asked Alaska Gov. Frank Murkowski to open their area to oil and gas leasing. Their goal was to eradicate the poverty brought on by the decline of the Bristol Bay fisheries by creating new jobs and finding local sources of ch....
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Area believed to be gas prone
A world of possibilities
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