Tagged: Alaska (72 Found)

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Save Bristol Bay

Save Bristol Bay is an environmental organization opposed to the building of the Pebble Mine, which would mine copper,...

September 19, 2019
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Saudi Attacks Highlight Need for Alaska Oil & Gas Project Support

This weekend’s attacks on Saudi Arabia’s Abqaiq oil processing facility – the nations’ largest – not only disrupts the...

September 18, 2019
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Lefties Vote To Block Drilling In ANWR

By a 225-193 vote, the liberal-led House of Representatives voted to block drilling in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge...

September 13, 2019
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Extremist Org Cook Inletkeeper Leads Efforts To Stymie Approved Seismic Testing In Cook Inlet

Last week, Homer, Alaska-based Cook Inletkeeper joined its national extremist cousin, the Center for Biological Diversity, in filing a...

September 11, 2019
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Congress Wastes Time And Money On Eco-Extremist Legislation That Is DOA In Senate

Washington, D.C. is back to its normal cadence, as Congress has returned from its August recess. One of the...

September 11, 2019
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Climate Change Town Hall Leads to Questions about Alaska’s Future

Yes, I admit it.  I watched all 450 minutes of the CNN Climate Town Halls on Tuesday.  Ten Democratic...

September 6, 2019
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Environmental Hypocrisy Continues:  Eco-Left Bashes Projects That “Green Energy” Requires

A proposed 200-mile road in Northwest Alaska continues to provide political and fundraising fodder for eco-extremists in Alaska and...

August 29, 2019
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Misguided “Roadless Rule” May Soon Be Rescinded – Timber Jobs Could Grow

Most people think of Alaska as the “Land of the Midnight Sun”, a major oil and gas state, a...

August 28, 2019
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Defend The Sacred Alaska

Defend The Sacred is an Alaska-based coalition of environmental activists. It is noteworthy for its extreme views on oil,...

August 26, 2019
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“Here We Go Again” – Group Pushes Alaska Oil Tax Increases via Initiative

From pre-statehood to present, Alaska has wrestled with the question of ‘how much is the right amount?’, with regard...

August 22, 2019
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Balash Resigns – But Alaska Is Still in Good Hands with Key People in D.C.

With nothing but good things to say about his time with the Department of the Interior and his role...

August 20, 2019
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Company’s First Cook Inlet Geo Survey Permit Since 2005 Granted

After nearly 15 years of being stymied by a combination of liberal politics and eco-extremists, a Cook Inlet producer...

August 19, 2019
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FERC Sets Public Meeting Agenda for AK LNG Draft EIS

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission announced on July 26th that it would hold eight meetings across Alaska, designed to...

August 14, 2019
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Proof that Human Life is Worth Less to Eco Extremists than Wildlife: Lawsuit Filed Denying Life-Saving King Cove Land Swap

Anyone who has heard the ongoing rhetoric from environmental extremist organizations – including the Alaska Wilderness League, Trustees for...

August 9, 2019
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Murkowski and Sullivan Team Up to Introduce State Revenue-Sharing for OCS Development

Bringing Alaska in-line with other states with offshore drilling opportunities and/or projects, Alaska Senators Dan Sullivan and Lisa Murkowski...

August 8, 2019
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Pebble Project No Longer Preemptively “Vetoed” By EPA

A 2014 Obama-era decision to all but halt the Pebble Mine project in Southwest Alaska was overturned on Tuesday...

July 31, 2019
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Alaska Gasline Project Continues To Make Progress

Although the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation has seen its staff levels shrink from more than 20 to less than...

July 26, 2019
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BLM’s Move West Brings Better Understanding, Responsiveness

An under-the-radar decision by the Trump Administration could have huge implications for residents of the Western United States. The...

July 25, 2019
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Marathon Increases Investment In Alaska

The former Flint Hills Refinery site in North Pole has been sold to Houston, TX-based Marathon Petroleum Corporation, in...

July 23, 2019
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The Incredible, Unbelievable, Laughable Hubris of The North Face’s “Face” in its Arctic Fight

Power The Future reported on Wednesday that The North Face’s 2019 advocacy campaign was focused on engaging 13-17 year...

July 19, 2019
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Here We Go Again: North Face the Latest to Fall for an Anti-Alaska Narrative

First, there was REI, then Patagonia.  They were followed by Cabela’s, Bass Pro and Orvis. These are just some...

July 17, 2019
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Alaska Legislature Deadlocks Over Budget, Vetoes, PFD…But There Is A Solution

Today, the Alaska Legislature enters its fifth day of a second, 30-day special session, with little progress being made....

July 12, 2019
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Tom Steyer’s Connection To Alaska (Hint: It Isn’t Positive)

With Tuesday’s announcement that San Francisco-based hedge fund founder – and multi-billionaire – Tom Steyer has thrown his hat...

July 10, 2019