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  1. Commercial difficultiesRead the original story

    Friday Jan 29 | Petroleum News

    While technical work on the Alaska LNG Project is moving along, progress on commercial agreements is not moving at the same pace. Those commercial difficulties were addressed Jan. 27 when representatives of the participants in the project updated the House and Senate Resources committees.

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  2. BP's Sag River project continues; company reviewing activity levelRead the original story

    Friday Jan 29 | Petroleum News

    BP continues to move ahead with its Sag River development in the Prudhoe Bay field on Alaska's North Slope, company spokeswoman Dawn Patience told Petroleum News in a Jan. 27 email.

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  3. DOT protects highway from floodingRead the original story

    Friday Jan 29 | Petroleum News

    Following major disruption to vital freight transportation to Prudhoe Bay last year because of the overflow of the Sagavanirktok River across a section of the Dalton Highway, the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities is implementing contingency plans for the protection of the roa....

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  4. Smith Bay plan gets OKRead the original story

    Friday Jan 22 | Petroleum News

    Alaska's Division of Oil and Gas has approved Caelus Energy's plan of operations for the second of two exploration wells that the company plans to drill in the shallow waters of Smith Bay this winter. The drilling location is near the mouth of the Ikpikpuk River, about 59 miles southeast of Barrow.

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  5. BP cuts Alaska jobsRead the original story

    Friday Jan 15 | Petroleum News

    BP plans job cuts in Alaska in response to the falling price of oil. According to an internal BP email to employees, the cuts will result in a 13 percent reduction in employees and agency contractors.

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  6. Overturn at AGDCRead the original story

    Nov 27, 2015 | Petroleum News

    On Nov. 20 Alaska Gov. Bill Walker, citing a need for a municipal voice on the AGDC board, replaced John Burns. On Nov. 21 the AGDC board, composed of six Walker appointees and one remaining appointee of former Gov. Sean Parnell, accepted the resignation of Dan Fauske, who has been president and CEO of AGDC.

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  7. The Producers 2015: Bright spots amid the darknessRead the original story

    Nov 20, 2015 | Petroleum News

    Even with oil prices at persistent lows, there are some signs of optimism for the Alaska oil patch in this edition of The Producers. If all goes well, Alaska could have four new producers by this time next year: BlueCrest Energy Inc. at the Cosmopolitan unit, Brooks Range Petroleum Corp. at the Southern Miluveach unit, ExxonMobil Alaska Inc. at the Point Thomson unit and Furie Operating Alaska LLC at the Kitchen Lights unit.

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  8. The Producers 2015: BlueCrest Energy Inc.Read the original story

    Nov 20, 2015 | Petroleum News

    To acquire the offshore Cook Inlet prospect from Pioneer Natural Resources Alaska Inc., Buccaneer Energy Ltd. brought on BlueCrest as a majority non-operating partner. The Fort Worth-based independent took a 75 percent working interest in the field off Anchor Point and helped fund the 7,599-foot Cosmopolitan No.

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  9. The Producers 2015: BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc.Read the original story

    Nov 20, 2015 | Petroleum News

    BP opened its Alaska office in 1959, the same year Alaska officially became a state. A decade later, the company drilled a confirmation well for the Prudhoe Bay discovery, which launched five decades of development.

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  10. The Producers 2015: ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc.Read the original story

    Nov 20, 2015 | Petroleum News

    ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc. was created through the 2002 merger of Phillips Petroleum Co. and Conoco Inc., which each had considerable prior experience in Alaska.

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  11. The Producers 2015: Eni US Operating Co. Inc.Read the original story

    Nov 20, 2015 | Petroleum News

    The Italian major Eni Petroleum first invested in Alaska through its subsidiary Agip Petroleum, which acquired leases in the 1960s and operated on the Kenai Peninsula through 'outsourcing agreements' signed with American operators in the late 1970s. In 2005, Eni acquired a minority interest in several North Slope prospects from Armstrong Alaska, and in 2007 the company acquired the outstanding interest in those prospects from Kerr-McGee Corp. The assets included three offshore prospects in the state waters of the Beaufort Sea, north and northwest of the Kuparuk River unit: Nikaitchuq, Tuvaaq and a stake in Oooguruk.

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  12. Conoco earnings downRead the original story

    Nov 6, 2015 | Petroleum News

    During the quarter, the largest oil company in Alaska achieved first oil at two major North Slope projects, exported three cargos of liquefied natural gas and even reported a rare year-over-year increase in oil production. But those successes come amid drastically lower oil prices, and the company posted its lowest quarterly earnings in many years.

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  13. ANS output up 6% month-over-monthRead the original story

    Nov 6, 2015 | Petroleum News

    Volumes up at North Slope fields except for Kuparuk; averaged 524,507 bpd in October; Cook Inlet September output down Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 524,507 barrels per day in October, up 6.27 percent from a September average of 493,540 bpd, an increase of 30,967 bpd.

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  14. GMT-1 gets go-aheadRead the original story

    Oct 31, 2015 | Petroleum News

    The first full-scale development program in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska came two big steps closer to realization on Oct. 22 when the U.S. Bureau of Land Management approved a drilling permit and an associated right-of-way grant for the GMT-1 project. The approvals allow operator ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc. to drill at the Greater Mooses Tooth unit, near the eastern edge of the federally managed land on the North Slope.

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  15. Gas offtake approvedRead the original story

    Oct 23, 2015 | Petroleum News

    In a key development for the proposed future export and sale of natural gas from the North Slope, the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has issued an order approving a significant increase in the rate at which gas can be removed from the Prudhoe Bay field. BP, the field operator, had applied for the increased natural gas offtake, given that the participants in the gas export project need to know whether it will be permissible to export sufficient North Slope gas, prior to committing to the huge expense of the front-end engineering and design phase of the project.

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  16. PBU satellites declineRead the original story

    Oct 9, 2015 | Petroleum News

    The five satellites in the western half of the Prudhoe Bay unit continue to see steady declines in production, and efforts to slow the trend could require technical fixes, according to a plan of development operator BP Exploration Inc. recently filed. The five fields - Aurora, Borealis, Midnight Sun, Orion and Polaris - saw year-over-year declines in daily production rates ranging from 5 to nearly 17 percent, according to BP.

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  17. Business Spotlight: Automated Laundry Systems and SupplyRead the original story

    Oct 2, 2015 | Petroleum News

    Automated Laundry Systems & Supply is a locally owned company, doing business in Alaska for 35 years.

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  18. Arctic Directory October 2015: aeSolutions, superior process safety...Read the original story

    Oct 2, 2015 | Petroleum News

    Q. Is your firm a subsidiary or affiliate of other companies? If so, please name those firms and their relationship to your company. A. aeSolutions is a complete supplier of performance-based process safety engineering and automation solutions.

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  19. Arctic Directory October 2015: Det-Tronics, over 40 years of global...Read the original story

    Oct 2, 2015 | Petroleum News

    Q. Is your firm a subsidiary or affiliate of other companies? If so, please name those firms and their relationship to your company. A. Det-Tronics is part of UTC Building & Industrial Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corporation, a leading provider to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide.

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  20. Arctic Directory October 2015: Bell acquires operations managerRead the original story

    Oct 2, 2015 | Petroleum News

    F. Robert Bell and Associates announced that Frank Thomas 'FT' Bell has returned to the firm and will fill the new position of operations manager to further develop company goals. He will help Bell and Associates run more efficiently and grow as much as possible.

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