Jerry Hood tapped to head Arctic Power in D.C.
Buckley reverses; Stevens fires latest pro-ANWR salvo in war of rhetoric
Petroleum News Contributing Writer
Arctic Power, the lead research and advocacy group that promotes opening the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling, is poised to add new muscle to its lobbying effort in Washington, D.C.
Former Alaska labor leader Jerry Hood said he will head the Alaska-based organizationís push for energ....
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