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In Valdez Friday, the 8th Annual LNG Summit wrapped up with lots of determination, but few tangible results. For the past two days energy experts from all over Alaska, other parts of the country and other parts of the world, gathered in Valdez. They...
Channel 2 NewsFor power and gas customers in Southcentral Alaska, a dispute between two energy companies could mean a hike in future utility bills. Cook Inlet Gas Storage Alaska, the company which built the new underground gas storage facility near Kenai, has...
Channel 2 NewsA Pacific walrus calf has been taken in by the Alaska SeaLife Center after apparently becoming separated from its herd earlier this month near Barrow. Center staff say the male calf, estimated to be four to six weeks old, was spotted by fishermen...
Channel 2 NewsA Venus transit drew hundreds of viewers in Anchorage Tuesday, as the solar system's second-closest planet to the sun passed across its face in a once-in-a-lifetime celestial event. The University of Alaska Anchorage opened the the third floor of its...
The Associated PressConocoPhillips has resumed export of liquefied natural gas to Asia from its plant in Southcentral Alaska, though the plant's future remains unclear. Last year, ConocoPhillips and then-partner Marathon Oil Corp. announced plans to close the Kenai plant,...
Channel 2 NewsOil executives with several firms operating in Alaska met with Gov. Sean Parnell at the Dena'ina Center in Downtown Anchorage Thursday for a noon luncheon hosted by Exxon Mobil Corp. Chief executives at the high-security, invitation-only event included...
ConocoPhillips is reporting $1.5 billion in net income through the third quarter from its exploration and production activities in Alaska. That compares to the roughly $1.3 billion that the company reported for the first three quarters of 2010....
With the the 30-thousand-dollar-a-day legislative session still in limbo, committee hearings were held. Though no laws can be passed, now that the Senate has adjourned, two Senate Committees did examine two important issues: the high cost of energy in...
Channel 2 NewsOn Wednesday morning, the State Senate will listen to testimony from the big 3 oil producers on Alaska's North Slope. The three are in favor of a big oil tax reduction bill proposed by Governor Sean Parnell (R) Alaska. Known as House Bill 110, the...
The Associated PressOil executives with ConocoPhillips Alaska say it will take billions of dollars in additional investment just to stem the decline of oil production in the state. Bob Heinrich and Scott Jepsen testified before the Senate Finance Committee, which is working...
The Associated PressThe Alaska Supreme Court has granted a request by the state and energy companies to drop its review of a case involving disputed leases on the Point Thomson gas fields. Exxon Mobil Corp., which operates the Point Thomson unit, and other interest-owners -...
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An Alaska lawmaker -- who has done an analysis of the state's tax structure for oil companies -- says there is evidence that questionable negotiating skills have cost Alaska dearly in oil tax revenues. Senator Bill Wielechowski (D-Anchorage) analyzed a...
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