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Channel 2 NewsThe Interior Department will take a second look at a proposed land exchange between the community of King Cove and the state of Alaska. The announcement Thursday morning came from Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski's office, and in a press release, stated...
Channel 2 NewsInterior Secretary Ken Salazar announced the findings from a 60-day review of Shell Oil’s Arctic offshore drilling operations Thursday, saying the company “screwed up” in 2012 and that it won’t be allowed to continue work until...
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Alaska’s congressional delegation gave a lukewarm welcome to a management plan, signed by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar Thursday, that allows access to oil and gas resources on nearly half of the 23 million-acre National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska....
Dan JolingInterior Secretary Ken Salazar will meet with members of a remote Alaska community to discuss a proposed road through Izembek National Wildlife Refuge. Interior Department spokesman Blake Androff says by email that the meeting was scheduled at the...
Channel 2 NewsA fifth member of the Obama administration will leave in March. Department of Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced on Wednesday that he’s resigning. Senators Lisa Murkowski and Mark Begich reacted to the resignation with news releases and...
Channel 2 NewsRecently released emails to the federal Interior Department concerning major failures of its spill cleanup barge are drawing new criticism of Shell Oil's plans to drill in Arctic waters. The messages were made public after a Freedom of Information Act...
Channel 2 NewsThe Coast Guard has ordered a marine casualty investigation of the Shell Oil-contracted drilling rig Kulluk’s Dec. 31 grounding on Sitkalidak Island, a day after it was safely towed to an anchorage about 30 miles away. The news comes as Interior...
Channel 2 NewsThe Department of the Interior released its final environmental impact statement (EIS) on Wednesday with regards to the area in Northern Alaska known as the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska. The statement was received with mixed responses from Alaskans....
The Associated PressInterior Secretary Ken Salazar has affirmed a proposed management plan for a vast petroleum reserve on Alaska's North Slope that will split 23 million acres roughly 50-50 between protected areas and land available for oil leasing. Salazar says the...
Tags: NPR, Petroleum Industry, Energy Resources
Channel 2 NewsIn the midst of Shell Oil’s controversial drill rig mishap and recovery, different groups have expressed concern for the future of offshore drilling, including the U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar. "It’s troubling that there was...
Shell Oil is, today (Sunday), close to drilling 2 exploratory wells simultaneously in the Arctic Ocean. Drilling operations in the Beaufort Sea are currently awaiting the harvest of the third and last whale of the season by Inupiat Eskimoes. Once the...
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