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8-20-18

By |August 20th, 2018|Categories: AGDC, Alaska's Fiscal Crisis, Arctic Policy, China, Coastal Management, ConocoPhillips, Global Warming, Interior Energy Project (IEP)|0 Comments

Finally, Alaska politicians may realize that a state government risks much by trying to negotiate fairly with ChiComs.... China Reportedly Probed Alaskan Networks Ahead of Governor's Trade Mission  Government Technology.  The state's Department of Natural Resources is a key state agency involved in the Alaska LNGproject that helps oversee the oil and gas industry. Story from Alaska Public Media by Rashah McChesney. ... (Priscilla Moriuchi [...]

8-17-18

Let's Weigh In On Alaska's NPRA Willow Prospect! This Alert thankfully created by our friends at Resource Development Council of Alaska!  (Note: A simple comment means much and only takes a few minuts.  Let [...]

8-16-18

Morningstar: CEA Warns Policymakers: U.S. Energy Production Mitigates Global Instability, Helps Transportation Consumers In a new report released today by Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the organization warns policymakers that recent geopolitical turmoil and global oil [...]

8-14-18 Trouble In Canada’s Energy Sector

Oh Canada! Corbella: Saudi feud highlights Canada's lack of energy security  Calgary Herald.  “If you simply ask Quebecers — and most Canadians for that matter — 'Do you like or want pipelines? Or do you [...]

8-12-18

Corbella: Trudeau's actions have helped fuel and fund Saudi aggression The $15-billion pipeline, which would have carried Alberta oil to New Brunswick refineries, was axed by TransCanada after the Trudeau government ...

8-8-18 Will Alaskans Let A CABAL Kill Their Economy?

Killing Alaska's Pioneering State Economy by Dave Harbour Here is a grassroots program designed to kill 49th state free enterprise.  This socialist feat is accomplished by creating an Enviro-Industrial-Governmental Cabal model with insufficient means of [...]

8-3-18 Friday Musings

Friday Musings: Commentary: Nakedness We are extremely disappointed with republican Kevin Myer and Alaska's current democrat lieutenant governor for their continuing support of Governor Bill Walker's socialized LNG export scheme.  For years we have provided [...]

8-2-18 Today’s Alaska LNG Project Realities

Today's Alaska LNG Project Realities Sinopec drops interest in managing AK LNG construction Alaskajournal.com The company has dropped its interest in managing construction of the Alaska LNG Project after traveling the 800-mile route through the state in May. LNG projects [...]