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Shell CEO says low oil prices did not sink off-shore drilling in Alaska

The chief executive for Royal Dutch Shell said slumping oil prices are bound to rise again and weren't necessarily a factor in the company's decision to end off-shore drilling efforts in Alaska. 

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State could earn billions from TransCanada buyout, report says

While the cost of buying out TransCanada's share in the Alaska LNG Project is substantial, the state could stand to make billions as a part-owner of the gas-line, a report by consulting firm Black and Veatch has found.

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After first 100 days, Mayor Berkowitz reflects on his time in office so far

Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz has been in office for 100 days. Hear what he has to say about his accomplishments so far and what he plans for the future.

No more stacks of phone books at your doorstep? New ruling ends requirement

In an order issued Monday, the Regulatory Commission of Alaska decided to repeal its longstanding requirement that telecommunications companies publish and distribute telephone directories to customers.

Shell departure Alaska s economy holding steady economist

Alaska's economy holding steady despite Shell departure, economist says

Mouhcine Guettabi, an economist with the UAA Institute of Social and Economic Research, has said that Shell's decision to withdraw from drilling operations in the Arctic will not have a severe impact on the state economy.

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Alaskans receive record high PFD as state budget deficit looms

As state lawmakers grapple with a multi-billion dollar budget deficit, Alaskans will receive a record-setting share of the state's oil wealth.

Shell could pull out of Arctic if off-shore exploration comes up empty

The head of Shell Oil has said that the company may be forced to withdraw from its Arctic expedition if no oil is discovered before drilling permits expire later this month.

UBER Settlement

Uber settles over unpaid workers' compensation insurance

The driving service Uber will pay thousands of dollars to the state after it was accused of misclassifying its workers.

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