How local opposition took down an Alaska dam project
Late last week, Chugach Electric Association CEO Lee Thibert made a series of extraordinary phone calls to local activists who were heading opposition to the utility's proposed Snow River hydroelectric project on the Kenai Peninsula.
Alaska sends LNG megaproject plans to FERC
The state of Alaska yesterday filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for permission to build an ambitious multibillion-dollar natural gas pipeline and export project.
BP says North Slope well leak under control
A leaking North Slope oil and gas production well was shut down late Sunday, three days after a BP subsidiary first reported that the facility was spewing natural gas and oil into the air.
Alaska brings ambitious LNG export project to FERC
The state of Alaska plans to submit an application to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission today for construction of a $40 billion to $45 billion pipeline and export project aimed at commercializing the state's giant North Slope natural gas reserve.
OIL AND GAS
Hilcorp finds possible 3rd leaking pipeline in Alaska
At a time when Hilcorp Alaska continues to struggle to repair two leaking pipelines in the Cook Inlet, the company acknowledged Friday that workers have discovered a third potential pipeline breach in the region.