1412, 2018

12-14-18 A Citizen’s View Of The Two Alaska Gasline-LNG Projects

By |December 14th, 2018|Categories: AGDC, AIDEA, Alaska Governor Bill Walker, Alaska's Fiscal Crisis, Alaskanomics, Arctic Policy, China, Commentary, Federal Coordinator, FERC, Interior Energy Project (IEP), Interstate Gas, Intrastate Gas, Japan, Korea, LNG, Mackenzie Valley Oil & Gas Pipelines, NARUC, Reader Comment, Trump Administration Energy Initiatives|6 Comments

AK-LNG & ASAP: A Citizen Considers the Risks of Continuing Government Ownership by Dave Harbour How would you cope with the smorgasbord of problems/challenges Mike Dunleavy, assumed upon being sworn in as Alaska's Governor in early December? Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy Some of the challenges blocking Alaska’s road to economic recovery -- and obscuring its natural beauty [...]


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 [...]


The Heartland Institute will be live-streaming two panel discussions of scientists and climate policy experts as "counter programming" of the Global Climate Action Summit this week in San Francisco. View the live-stream at this link on our YouTube [...]

9-11-18 Remembrance Day and Concern Re: Exxon – China – Russia

Please scroll down for an important ALERT ALERT ALERT! Canadian Headlines: Even under a drill-friendly Trump, pipeline battles rage on in the US, too  CBC.ca "There is a worrisome trend of pipeline construction projects...."  Globe & Mail Only Parliament can fix Canada's pipeline impasse Calgary [...]