What Next, Alaska? a fanciful conversation between Presidents Putin and Obama
The red phone on the President's desk in the White House Oval Office rings, early on a late March morning.
Furie files its plan
Furie Operating Alaska has filed a plan of operations with the Alaska Department of Natural Resources for the company's Kitchen Lights unit, offshore in Cook Inlet.
Forgotten Nikiski LNG targeted West Coast
The plans called for a new liquefied natural gas plant along the industrial strip at Nikiski, Alaska.
Alaska gas project dwarfs proposed Keystone XL pipeline
With the rest of the nation consumed in a debate over building the final leg of the $5 billion Keystone XL pipeline , very little attention was given to a historic announcement made last month by Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell.
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Energy companies, senators, state share visions for gas pipeline
With the Legislature considering investment in a liquefied natural gas project that could cost $65 billion, some senators on Wednesday pressed oil producers and a state official on what's in it for Alaskans.
Locals get face time with representatives
Local representatives listened to central Kenai Peninsula residents' concerns and comments about various state and peninsula issues at a town hall meeting Saturday.
Apache and CIE forfeit leases
Apache Alaska Corp. forfeited five leases in January. ADL 392223 is an offshore lease northeast of Port Nikiski and west of the NordAq-operated Shadura unit.