1701, 2019


By |January 17th, 2019|Categories: AGDC, Alaska's Fiscal Crisis, Alaskanomics, Canadian Energy Policy|0 Comments

Alaskanomics What does the future hold for the Alaska economy? By Mouhcine Guettabi,  The U.S. economy is convincingly in an expansionary phase, and is nearing peak growth rates for the current business cycle. Job creation has been consistently strong for an extended period, and unemployment rates have now returned to pre-recession levels. Recent stock market volatility has ....  MORE [...]


Henderson Rigs Dreams Big Not an ad.  This is from a newsletter that we believe will interest our readers. In April of 2016, we leased our first 5,000 square foot facility and were in [...]

1-11-19 Changes Re: Alaska’s Government LNG Scheme

Headlines Gasline agency misses deadline, extends to June Oil-price volatility creates uncertainty for long-term LNG pricing U.S. LNG sales to China fell 20% in 2018 U.S. LNG industry vulnerable if trade fight with China persists [...]


Gasline board approves formation of holding companies Alaskajournal.com Unanimously approved by the AGDC board of directors at its Nov. 8 meeting, 8-Star Alaska LLC provides the state-owned parent corporation with a ... New governor offers hints at [...]