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There's a lot of research happening on Cook Inlet beluga whales at any given time. Unfortunately, a lot of the data has stayed isolated, held by the entities that collect it. Comment?
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska approved the $152 million purchase of ConocoPhillips' one-third interest in the Beluga gas field by Anchorage Municipal Light & Power and Chugach Electric Association. ML&P, which is owned by the Municipality of Anchorage, already owns one-third of the Beluga River gas field. Comment?
The Beluga Power Plant owned by Chugach Electric is seen here. The plant is supplied by natural gas from the Beluga River Unit in North Cook Inlet, which Chugach and Anchorage Municipal Light and Power partnered to buy the one-third share previously owned by ConocoPhillips. Comment?
Anchorage's electric utilities have partnered to purchase part of a Cook Inlet natural gas field, a move that secures a long-term fuel supply and could save ratepayers up to $9 million per year, utility leaders said Monday. City-owned Anchorage Municipal Light and Power and Chugach Electric Association agreed to purchase ConocoPhillips one-third interest in the Beluga River Unit gas field for a total of $152 million. Comment?
It seems nobody likes the Alaska Department of Natural Resources' most recent Chuitna mine decision, including a state authority it oversees. The Alaska Department of Law filed an appeal on behalf of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority against the Department of Natural Resource's Oct. 8 decision to grant an in-stream flow reservation, or IFR, to Chuitna Citizens Coalition for the lower section of Middle Creek. Comment?
The Alaska Department of Natural Resources granted an instream flow reservation, or IFR, to Chuitna Citizen's Coalition for the for the lower section of Middle Creek. Middle Creek is part of the watershed for a proposed coal mine, and an integral part of the drainage process necessary to complete the mine. Comment?
If the giant Alaska LNG Project is built, more than three billion cubic feet of gas will be flowing through the Matanuska-Susitna Borough every day by pipeline. The answer to that is yes, but there are qualifications, and Mat-Su legislators say they are getting a lot of questions about gas availability from constituents. Comment?
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