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1-20-18 Canada’s Pipe Policy Pursues Perplexity

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Stronger ties needed between Quebec and NB, minister says, CBC.ca.  Jean-Marc Fournier also defended the Quebec government's role in the cancellation of the Energy East pipeline on Information Morning Fredericton on Friday. ... they changed their decision probably because a new pipeline authorized in the United States, probably because there is a new price of gas." ...

1-9-18 PANMUNJOM SUMMIT ON KOREAN DMZ IS IN TODAY’S SPOTLIGHT! – Calling For Gas Pipeline Contractors/Operators, Ukraine! Be A Pioneer!

To our pipeline contractor/TSO friends: Kiev, Ukraine Your author serves on the board of the Export Council for Alaska.  Today we learn that the Ukrainian Government is looking for potential Gas Transportation System Operator [...]

1-4-18 Big Energy News For Alaska And The Whole Country!

Remembering our birth as a state: Alaska entered the Union 59 years ago, starting a new life.  News-Miner opinion: It was 59 years ago this week that the U.S. flag took in a 49th state [...]

12-29-17 Another Pipedream Hits The Dust

Editorial Comment: Your author served as director of public affairs for the Arctic Gas Project in the 1970s, a  component of which was a Mackenzie Delta gas transportation project. Canada's National Energy Board killed that project [...]

12-28-17 Alaska’s Governor Supports Climate Change Movement!

Global Warming Opinion From Our Mid-Atlantic Energy Analyst: Given the odd pattern of the holiday weeks, we forgot until today about Euan Mearns’ Blowout Week, which we generally link.  http://euanmearns.com/blowout-week-208/#more-20518 Given the weather for the [...]

12-19-17 What’s Icing On The Tax Reform Cake?

Chairman Bishop Addresses ANWR Today, the House approved the conference report on H.R. 1, the “Tax Cuts & Jobs Act.” The bill includes language that opens up a small portion of the non-wilderness 1002 [...]

12-15-17

Russia Wins in Arctic After U.S. Fails to Kill Giant Gas Project By Jack Farchy and Elena Mazneva Building the $27 billion Yamal liquefied natural gas project meant shipping more than 5 million tons of [...]

12-13-17 By Not Electing Clinton, Alaska and the Nation Dodged A Mortal Attack On Energy and Other Free Enterprises

Alaska U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan. Northern Gas Pipelines Photo by Dave Harbour We are grateful to Alaska U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan for spearheading this vital, under-reported hearing.  Now to repeal all aspects [...]

12-8-17 U.S. House Diligently Continues Quest For Rational Natural Resources Policies!

Representative Rob Bishop, courtesy Civil Services. Today, Chairman Rob Bishop (R-UT) issued the following statement in reaction to the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) methane rule delay: “The previous rule was outside [...]