Oil & Gas
Alaska runs on oil. From providing jobs to contributing directly and indirectly to economies statewide, oil and gas companies are crucial to Alaska’s fiscal well-being. Alaska Business is an advocate for responsible resource development and as such we report on the oil and gas industry as it pursues projects that are environmentally sound, benefit local communities, and are profitable.
Latest Oil & Gas News
Oil and gas exploration companies offered more than $7 million for the rights to explore for oil and gas on 191,248 acres of State of Alaska land in the Arctic region.
Proved reserves of oil and natural gas rose annually in the United States by at least 9 percent in the previous two years (2017–2018), a trend interrupted by relatively low oil and natural gas prices.
“Today’s lease sale was a historic event and decades in the making… While the results may not have been as robust as we might have expected, industry still supports future access to this area,” says AOGA President and CEO Kara Moriarty.
There has been an increase in women workers in the storage and distribution of fuel across Alaska; women are working and thriving at all levels of this industry, including high level executive positions, terminal management, and fuel delivery.
Following approval by the RCA on December 14. Harvest has acquired BP’s approximately 49 percent interest in the Trans Alaska Pipeline System and 49 percent of Alyeska Service Company and other Alaska midstream interests.
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Alyeska Pipeline Service Company President Brigham McCown explains how Ballot Measure 1 will potentially make it more difficult for the Trans Alaska Pipeline System to operate in this op-ed.
For an even bigger picture, the Industrial Support Services Directory provides a wide array of companies that support the Alaska oil and gas industry.
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