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American Maritime Partnership Statement Regarding the Delivery of Petroleum to Regions Impacted by Hurricane Sandy

U.S. Maritime Industry Will Not Oppose Jones Act Waivers to Move Petroleum to the Northeast Affected by Hurricane Sandy

Murkowski: Alaskan Air Carriers Shouldn’t Be “Held Hostage”

US Fab Awarded Contract to Build State-of-the-Art, Split Hull Dump Barge

The Big Issue

Let’s just call November the big issue month. The magazine is once again a big issue and it is packed with articles about a number of big issues—many concerning energy and resource development. You’ll have to read them all.

Ratify the Law of the Sea Treaty

Ratify the Law of the Sea Treaty

In August 2007, a Russian expedition led by its most famous polar explorer, Artur Chilingarov, planted a Russian flag in a capsule on the Arctic seabed directly underneath the North Pole. The Arctic is Russian, Chilingarov bellowed. “We must prove the North Pole is an extension of the Russian coastal shelf.” Indeed, in 2001, the Russian Federation had made a vast territorial claim to almost one-half of the Arctic sea-bed in its submission to a 21-member United Nations scientific body called the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf.

People Mover Program Wins Award

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport's November Community Council Meeting Topics

Oct 30: Taku Sailings Canceled, Kennicott Schedule Revised

Senator Ellis Receives 2012 Alaska Mobility Coalition Award

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