Senate committee takes up Walker’s bill to retire oil tax credits. The Senate Resources Committee took up Senate Bill 176, which would have the state sell bonds to pay off the credits, for the first time Feb. 21.
Alaska delegation says drilling in ANWR is at least a decade away. It took roughly four decades for Alaska’s congressional delegation to pass a law that would allow drilling in part of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR)…FERC grants Mat-Su Borough’s request on Port Mac. The Alaska LNG Project appears to have just blown off Mat-Su as a pipeline terminal and site for its big liquefied natural gas plant.
Pretty much ignores non-competitive Alaska
AK-LNG: China is not just interested in gas supply. After sidelining three of the world’s premier energy companies in order to “go it alone” on an Alaska LNG line… (Note: Alaska should never forget — at its peril — the fact that the United States/United Nations is still in a technical state of war with both China and North Korea, whose promises over the years have labeled both socialist/communist nations as untrustworthy. -dh)