In a (somewhat) unexpected reversal from its optimistic economic outlook in January, the Anchorage Economic Development Corporation is now forecasting three more years of recession for the city amid government uncertainty, population declines, and cuts to healthcare programs.
Alaska’s major oil and gas players (and some newcomers) are investing their faith and money in the Alaska Arctic with new and ongoing projects.
Who knew that Instagram could have an effect on whether cities—including Anchorage—are found to be attractive to foreign investors? Or that Facebook check-ins could determine whether a business giant decides to open its newest headquarters in our neck of the woods, creating hundreds of jobs? Chris Fair, president of Resonance Consultancy offered up those insights and many more surprising thoughts at the Anchorage Economic Development Corporation’s (AEDC) 2019 Economic Forecast Luncheon on January 30.
There are a lot of moving pieces to the Upper Kobuk Mineral Project (UKMP), but when all is said and done, the project in the Ambler mining district in…
While the Alaska LNG project has been a looming, massive topic of discussion for the last few years, planning for a number of North Slope-to-market, state-spanning natural gas lines has been in process for more than decade.