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7-20-17 TODAY IN CONGRESS. MONDAY TAPS. A WORKABLE ALASKA GTL SCHEME?

By | July 20th, 2017|Categories: AGDC, Alaska's Fiscal Crisis, Alaskanomics, Commentary, Competition, Federal Progress, Global Warming, LNG, TAPS and North Slope Oil|0 Comments

Murkowski Welcomes Nomination of Joe Balash for Key Role at Interior Members Discuss Bills to Bring Much Needed Reforms to the Endangered Species Act Varcoe: New BC energy minister faced with rekindling Canada's bold LNG dream Prospects For Exporting Alaska LNG?  Reference: U.S. LNG exporters could lose money for years, analysts say, Price competition holding back Canada’s LNG export hopes, Exxon drops [...]

7-19-17 What Do Alaska & Ecuador Have In Common … Besides Our Vacation Home In Cuenca, High In The Andes?

Alaska Oil Production = Ecuador's (+/-) Ecuador, Courtesy: BBC Alaska Petroleum, courtesy USGS Note that while Alaska was once the largest US oil producing state at over 2 million barrels/day, [...]

7-18-17 Today in Congress it’s “all about Alaska”!

Today, the Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources held an oversight hearing on onshore oil and gas development in Alaska. Panel members highlighted the many benefits for Alaska and the Lower 48 if the [...]

7-12-17 EPA Returns Rule Of Law To Pebble Partnership – BOEM ‘Conditionally’ Approves Eni’s Beaufort Sea Exploration Plan

Today we provide readers with this breaking announcement from the Pebble Partnership.  We believe this announcement, in reality, acknowledges that the rule of law has returned to Alaska natural resource projects in general.  See [...]

7-11-17 Congress Puts Alaska In The Spotlight

Subcommittee to Consider Ways to Develop Alaska’s Onshore Energy Resources FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 11, 2017 CONTACT: Parish Braden or Molly Block (202) 226-9019 Washington, D.C. – On Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 2:00 PM in 1324 Longworth House Office Building, the Subcommittee [...]

7-10-17 Wind Energy Blowout Week

A Wind Update From our Mid-Atlantic energy analyst friend (i.e. who prefers to remain anonymous): Blowout week, batteries and offshore wind Don and Monica Kotowych at Grouse Mountain BC by Dave Harbour, IOGCC [...]

7-9-17 Memos Won’t Get An Alaska Gas Pipeline

A Memo Does Not An Energy Project Make, according to Paul Jenkins who provides this viewpoint in an ADN op-ed piece this weekend.  -dh   Memo to: bla, bla, bla. Non committal. Bla, [...]

7-8-17 Secretary Acts To Reduce Regulatory Delay and Expedite Lease Sales

Murkowski: New Secretarial Order Will Help Reduce Permitting Delays Ryan Zinke. Northern Gas Pipelines file photo by Dave Harbour U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski. Northern Gas Pipelines file photo by Dave Harbour [...]

7-6-17 President Trump Offered Poland Energy and Missile Defense Lifelines

Today President Trump announced to an admiring crowd in Warsaw that Poland should not be dependent upon a single source of energy.  As the President leaves Poland for Germany -- and a demanding G-20 [...]