ConocoPhillips Alaska’s optimization of new technologies and commitment to sustainable development has enabled it to reduce its footprint in the environment by extending drilling from fewer well pads, providing increased revenue and employment opportunities in the state.
Environmental, social, and governance policies have thwarted Arctic energy investment, but they don’t have to, as the Alaska Oil & Gas Association conference learned.
Federal money for the Native Village of Eyak will pay for construction of a road to a spill response facility at Shepard Point, north of Cordova.
The final investment decision is “yes” for Australian oil company Santos to proceed with developing the Pikka Project on the North Slope.
The industry group is honoring Alyeska Pipeline Service Company, a rising star in its ranks, a retiring executive of Hilcorp, and NANA Management Services.
State authorities are giving the green light to a research effort by the governments of the US and Japan to extract frozen natural gas from Alaska.