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8-1-20 First Things First Alaska Foundation Identifies Importance of Mining to Alaska

Dear Alaskan: The economic benefits of mining are integral to the quality of life in Alaska.  In a May 2018 report on the mining's industry's impacts in Southeast Alaska alone, t was reported to be responsible for 1,600 direct and indirect jobs, $121,000,000 in direct and indirect wages, $3,800,000 paid to local governments through property and sales taxes, and $246,000 in contributions to about 120 nonprofit organizations. This economic impact is vital to the wellbeing of our communities. The statement above is taken from a letter to the DOWA [...]

7-21-20 Many Media Sources Reveal Soros Strategy To Clone Soros Attorneys General

Web search results   George Soros' quiet overhaul of the US justice system - Politico www.politico.com › story › 2016/08 › george-soros-cri... Aug 30, 2016 - Soros has spent on district attorney campaigns in Florida, Illinois, ... attorney general with improperly providing information to defendants.   The Ongoing Attempt to Buy the Criminal Justice System ... www.laadda.com › the-ongoing-attempt-to-buy-the-cri... Now, as DA Weir notes, Soros has seized on District Attorney races to bypass ... from him in the general election) fired 37 veteran prosecutors in pursuit of her ...   Attorney General Barr calls out Soros funded district attorneys ... www.lawenforcementtoday.com › [...]

7-16-20 Regulatory Reform Benefits Natural Resource Jobs & Economy

Governor Dunleavy Thanks Trump Administration for Rolling Back Job-Killing Regulations Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy Thursday, July 16, 2020 (Washington, D.C.) – Today, Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy delivered remarks alongside President Trump and Vice President Pence in support of the federal government’s rollback of job-killing regulations. The White House press conference coincided with the Trump administration’s recently announced modernization of the infrastructure project review process. “Over the past 40 years, these regulations have strangled the American dream for so many Alaskans,” said Governor Mike Dunleavy. “These long-awaited reforms are a [...]

A Plea For CoronaVirus Legal Protection – Roger Jenkins Passes

A Plea For Federal Lawsuit Protection Among others, restaurants will never be the same —if they fully recover at all. Distancing is impossible for chefs and others. Wiping down everything thoroughly and consistently after every guest is impossible. Masks are uniformly worn by employees? Forget it. Consistent enforcement of bureaucratic rules for every bar and Restaurant will make customer service wait staff into Gestapo agents. There may only be one fighting chance -- right now -- for Congress/POTUS to enact medical lawsuit restrictions and ironclad protection to businesses and [...]

By |2020-07-08T13:17:36-09:00July 8th, 2020|Commentary|0 Comments

7-4-20 Independence Day Garage Sale

We have a plethora of useful items.  VERY COMPETITIVE PRICES!!!! This Garage Sale web page will be live the life of the sale, from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m., SATURDAY, July 4, 2020 ADDRESS: 4021 Kingston, Anchorage HOUSEHOLD: Lamps, Executive Office Chair, Great Framed Prints, Books, CDs, Winter Clothing, Electronic, Office Supplies, shelves, and so much more! OUTDOORS: "Electric snow shovel", pressure washer, etc. TOOLS & CONTRACTING: Tile laying equipment, big galvanized eye bolts, tools, galvanized bolts and nails, etc. [...]

By |2020-07-03T21:16:36-09:00July 3rd, 2020|Family, Personal|0 Comments

6-29-20 Letter to the “Father Of The Ill-Begotten Fair Share Oil Tax Proposal”

(A letter from an unemployed oil industry employee to Robin Brena, the lawyer who created a voters initiative to increase oil industry taxes.  The letter was printed by the Alaska Support Industry Alliance.) Dear Mr. Brena: I just lost my job on the Slope, and don’t know when or if I’ll get back on. I used to feel lucky that I survived the support industry layoffs that happened from 2015-2018, when more than 6,000 Alaskans lost their jobs.  I don’t feel so lucky anymore.   Because of what’s happening with [...]

6-10-20 Is Alaska’s Government Acting In Good Faith?

From the Allliance: "Open for Business? AKDOT takes $49m in CARES relief funds –threatens struggling AK companies with 10.5% interest penalty." The Situation: The Department of Transportation & Public Facilities took money intended to be used for “relief” and responded by threatening a 10.5% interest penalty on late payments from struggling Alaska businesses ⁠–on top of already onerous lease increases. 18 months prior to the current public health emergency, Alaska companies asked the administration and DOT&PF to review the steep, and in our review some cases unlawful, rental increases implemented by the Walker administration [...]

6-9-20 Industry Promotes LNG Professional Accomplishment

TWITTER STRING: Exxon Natural Gas Develops Creative Program to Advance Excellence In LNG Operations ExxonMobil Nat Gas,  @XOM_NatGas.  Nominations for the second-annual Power Play Awards close on June 19! Promote diversity and inclusion in LNG by submitting a nomination before it’s too late: http://bit.ly/2uzdbxx. ExxonMobil Nat Gas liked your Tweet.  Outstanding program to honor outstanding men & women in LNG! @DruckerInst @CatoInstitute @AOGA @AKAlliance @TexasAllianceEP @txrrc @EnergyofND @ooga_hq @api @IOGCC @aga_naturalgas @INGAApipelines @TXOGA @XOM_NatGas @trish_regan @HARRISFAULKNER @MariaBartiromo @Edison_Electric  Texas Alliance  Retweeted your Tweet.  Outstanding program to honor outstanding men [...]

By |2020-06-09T08:39:34-09:00June 9th, 2020|LNG|0 Comments

5-27-20 Why An Alaska North Slope Gas Pipeline Is Infeasible. Is the Recovery of Oil Demand and Pricing Real?

Current Petroleum News Headlines Alyeska oil prorations now at 95% inventory; supply chain clearing - 05/24/2020 (Full story) Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. has adjusted oil flow prorations on the trans-Alaska pipeline system to a 95% proration as of May 15, up from an 85% proration in place earlier in May. “At TAPS, we're confident the supply chain has stabilized,” We're ramping back up and as of last Friday are back to saf.... Oil Patch bits: New features added to Lynden's mobile app - 05/24/2020 (Login to read Full story) As reported by Lynden News May [...]

5-23-20 China Is A Growing Threat to North and South America…and to the World

Northern Gas Pipelines Published by Dave Harbour · 32 mins ·  Here is a highly articulate Chinese woman’s summary of the Chinese Communist Party’s destructive threat to the free world. It seems the CCPVirus is but the tip of the iceberg. National defense considerations include the Chinese Communist interest in acquiring energy properties throughout North and South America in addition to other "belt and highway" targets world-wide. -dh https://tinyurl.com/y7bo4kbj Saturday We Said, “Canada’s Pipe Policy Pursues Perplexity“ (Today, 8-20-18, it’s Alaska’s Turn) We say Alaska pursues perfidy because it does.  Everyone [...]

4-18-20 Not All Energy News Is Negative

Petroleum News Alaska News Wrap: Alaska lucks out with ConocoPhillips; ExxonMobil’s Point Thomson production rising; HEX inks KLU deal; Alaska North Slope oil price disconnects Petroleum News The April 19 issue of Petroleum News includes coverage of ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil. Furie, HEX, XCD Energy, Oil Search, Cook Inlet Energy, Glacier Oil and Gas and Hilcorp, all active in Alaska’s oil and gas industry. Petroleum News Alaska Gasline Development Corp. “AGDC: goal private sponsor by year-end” reports that the state entity which is the project sponsor for the Alaska LNG Project, got [...]

By |2020-05-26T19:39:01-09:00April 18th, 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

4-15-20 Alaska Joins Other States/Canadian Provinces In Shouldering Double Whammy: CCPVirus + Oil Price Collapse

Please find this MOST INFORMATIVE oil and gas presentation on current status of the industry by Canary, LLC CEO Dan K. Eberhart (@dankeberhart), delivered to members of the Alaska Support Industry Alliance on April 9. Double bonus: Here's Dan's current take on the Texas RRC consideration of ordering production cuts vs. free market forces...followed by this Yahoo report on the result of the hearing (i.e. a difficult decision for the 3 commissioners). -dh Must Read Alaska: Fradulent Oil Tax Initiative Signatures?! Has it ever been tougher for the state's [...]

4-9-20 A Revealing Look At The Status Of TODAY’S Oil & Gas Industry!

Below are the speaker's notes from an online presentation delivered today to members of the Alaska Support Industry Alliance.  Their thousands of employees of some 400 employers provide the muscle enabling the enormous oil, gas and mining production in America's largest -- and sole -- Arctic state. Alaska Support Industry Alliance Webinar Briefing For Members By Dan K. Eberhart, Canary LLC (Photo) (Twitter account contact: @dankeberhart) Whatever happened to “In like a lion, out like a lamb?” March has been a month many of us would rather forget. The twin [...]

4-1-20 Urging our readers to subscribe to Petroleum News Alaska

PETROLEUM NEWS ALASKA PROVIDES THE VERY LATEST, IN-DEPTH  NEWS ABOUT THE NORTHERN OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY PNA and its related publications also provide the most import news source for current Canadian oil and gas progress and the northern mining industry   NEWS BULLETIN April 28, 2020 --- Vol. 26, No.26 April 2020 Readers, this is a complimentary copy of today's bulletin that is normally sent only to our paid News Bulletin Service subscribers. The bulletins are emailed periodically with the latest breaking major news, often uncovered by Petroleum News [...]

By |2020-04-29T10:28:37-09:00April 1st, 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

3-28-20 Two of Alaska’s Great Thinkers Opine On Coronavirus

Note: All over the world, the U.S. state department is undertaking these types of operations on behalf of citizens.  It's too bad that our major television networks do not more reasonably cover worldwide events affecting our country.  -dh Excerpts from yesterday's State Department Email: Location: Ecuador (country-wide).  Today, four more U.S. State Department-sponsored flights departed Ecuador, two each from Guayaquil and Quito, returning 403 Americans home.  To date, a total of six U.S. State Department-sponsored flights have taken 631 Americans home.  Meanwhile, the U.S. Embassy in Ecuador has worked closely with commercial [...]