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12-2-2022 COP’s Nikiski Property: A Hub For Gas Imports or Exports?

By |December 2nd, 2022|Categories: AGDC, AIDEA, Alaskanomics, China, Commentary, Fracking, Government Waste, Hilcorp Alaska (Harvest Alaska LLC), History, Interior Energy Project (IEP), Interstate Gas, Intrastate Gas, Japan, LNG, OCS, Uncategorized|0 Comments

A Perennial Alaska Energy Challenge Q.  Does Being Off The North American Gas/Elecetric Grid Point To Future Natural Gas Imports...Or An Economic ANS Gas Transportation Scheme? A.  We have always held that Alaska's politicians, for once, should wisely support the due diligent efforts of private industry to create economic solutions to ANS gas export potential.  Likewise, since our particpation [...]

12-28-2021 Gathering Year-End Energy Links

As 2021 Comes To An End, We Capture The Last Few Northern Energy Links Natural Gas Intelligence: Lawsuit Said Imminent to Stop Peregrine Oil, Gas Project in Alaska's NPR-A Sarah Palin, NGP photo, Copyright 2015 by [...]

8-24-2021 Rumblings From Alberta’s Oil Patch

More deals expected in oil patch as Brookfield finally nabs Inter Pipeline Calgary Herald The dogged pursuit by suitor Brookfield Infrastructure Partners of Inter Pipeline Ltd. has paid off with its $8.6-billion takeover bid gaining [...]

8-17-2021 Canadian Government Is Wise To Support Fossil Fuels

Canada's biggest public pensions heavily investing in fossil fuels, new report suggests CBC.ca The Canada Pension Plan's (CPP Investments) total fossil fuel investments ... a spokesperson for CPP Investments wrote in an email to CBC News. Abandoning oil and [...]

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