A veteran of oil field support services, Kelly Droop, is the new Regional Manager in Alaska for heavy equipment supplier Papé Kenworth.
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland cancelled leases held by the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority, while a second ANWR lease sale is pending.
The annual economic report prepared for the Alaska Oil and Gas Association conference anticipates $14 billion in industry spending, supporting 2,600 to 2,900 jobs.
Alyeska Pipeline Service Company published its first environmental, social, and governance report, which tallies workforce diversity, emergency preparedness, and corporate citizenship activities.
The industry group is honoring Alyeska Pipeline Service Company, NANA Management Services, a Santos executive, and a resource educator.
The majority of North Slope infrastructure is financed, constructed, and maintained by private entities to support their oil exploration and production activities. Despite North Slope explorers and operators always having an eye on efficiency, some infrastructure (such as processing facilities) isn’t well suited for sharing among multiple companies. However, other infrastructure does lend itself to common use, such as roads and pipelines.