One-third of Alaska energy use is for jets
Jet fuel supplies for international transportation are one of the biggest uses of energy in the state; oil dominates energy production
For residents of Alaska, the cost of electricity and fuel for heating, lighting and driving cars provides a constant reminder of the energy consumption that underpins life in “the last frontier.” In 2008, however, 30 percent of the state’s 444 trillion British thermal units of annual energy consumpt....
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Oil dominates production
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