Doyon, Limited announced that it intends to drill a new oil and gas exploration well in the Nenana basin west of Fairbanks during the summer of 2018. The well, to be called Totchaket #1, will be drilled on one of several promising areas identified from a 64 square mile 3D seismic program conducted earlier this year.
The Alaska Gasline Development Corp. (AGDC) has asked federal regulators to take “take immediate action” to speed up the environmental review of the state-sponsored Alaska LNG project “in a timely, efficient, and cost-effective manner.” As a first step in that effort, the state corporation wants the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to issue a schedule for the project’s environmental impact statement by Dec. 15.
AGDC Vice President of Commercial and Marketing, Lieza Wilcox will provide an update on the recent international activities and an overview of the Alaska LNG project.
It was a historic day for the State of Alaska and the United States as Governor Bill Walker signed the five-party joint development agreement (JDA) for the Alaska liquefied natural gas (Alaska LNG) project. This historic signing is the most significant step toward finally monetizing Alaska’s vast resources of natural gas. President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping were present for the signing ceremony at the Great Hall of the People, underscoring the international importance of the agreement.
Eric Rose, formerly of Weiler Products and Caterpillar, has joined Global Diving & Salvage, Inc. as Director of Business Development. He is responsible for the marine service company’s long-term revenue generation, and the support of Global’s regions and service lines, including marine construction, commercial diving, environmental services and marine casualty response.
Kairos, LLC, a subsidiary of NANA WorleyParsons, LLC, has developed and patented the Mobile Arctic Production System (MAPS) that aims to encourage oil exploration and development on the North Slope of Alaska. MAPS provides an ideal solution for marginal oil fields with smaller reserves that may not be economically viable to develop using conventional methods, or as an interim oil production solution prior to full project development.
Every three years, McDowell Group conducts a thorough analysis of the oil and gas industry's economic impact in Alaska, including regional information. Join members of the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce and the Alaska Oil and Gas Association (AOGA) for “Make it Monday” on September 25, 2017 as McDowell Group’s, Donna Logan, describes the latest findings on what has changed for Anchorage since the last report was published in 2014.
As the Alaska Gasline Development Corp. continues working to fulfill almost 100 pages of data requests from federal regulators — with more questions still to come — the state corporation says it “anticipates” receiving a schedule sometime this fall for the North Slope natural gas project’s environmental impact statement.
The Alaska Gasline Development Corp. has started responding to federal regulators’ July 5 data requests for preparation of the project’s environmental impact statement, reporting that it will submit most of the requested information September through December this year — though some data will not be available until January 2018.
In a recent ruling, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service determined the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC) qualifies as a tax-exempt political subdivision of the State of Alaska under new and more stringent proposed IRS regulations.