Tag: BP

Gas line is on track to begin construction by 2020

Alaska is finally in the driver’s seat, with the gas line on track to begin construction by 2020. We have momentum now like never...

Protect our rivers and salmon: vote “YES” on BM 1

By Seth KantnerFor The Cordova TimesDo you love to hunt and fish?  Do you live to camp, boat, trap, drive snowmobiles and build fires,...

Adams named 2018 BP Teacher of Excellence

Cordova Jr./Sr. High School teacher Debra Adams is one of 29 educators statewide to be honored as a 2018 BP Teacher of Excellence, for...

Murkowski to oil and gas industry: hire Alaskans

Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, is asking the five largest oil and gas producers in Alaska to share hiring data and for ideas on how...

Opinion: Legislators once again are giving our oil away

June 12, 2017 was the 37th anniversary of the Legislative coup toppling Juneau's State House Representative Jim Duncan's Democratic Majority Caucus. The Legislature had...

Oil, gas spills from well house leak Prudhoe Bay

A well house leak at Prudhoe Bay that resulted in an uncontrolled gas release and a crude oil spray from the well top is...

Walker promotes natural gas in South Korea

State natural resources officials, led by Gov. Bill Walker, were in Seoul, South Korea, in late September, in their latest Asian travel stop to...
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