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GCI employees clocked 3 million hours without an accident at its operations on the North Slope and in the Gulf of Mexico, according to a... [Read More]
The state-owned Alaska Gasline Development Corporation will likely halt the current effort to commercialize massive North Slope gas reserves unless a large buyer emerges before... [Read More]
Move echoes earlier disputes over natural gas on North Slope... [Read More]
A Denver-based independent oil and gas company has applied for permission to develop an oil discovery considered important to Alaska's economy. [Read More]
JULY 24, 2015--Over the last two weeks the Spatial Data Branch provided remote support for the USCG Research & Development Center's Arctic Technology Demonstration off... [Read More]
NOVEMBER 6, 2015--OR&R'S Emergency Response Division participated in a BP worst-case oil spill exercise held this week in Bellingham, Washington. The drill scenario simulated a... [Read More]
AUGUST 5, 2016—DRILL: A simulated pipeline spill releasing 500 barrels of crude oil and process water along the Kalubik Creek on the morning of August... [Read More]
Accumulate Energy Alaska now wants to drill two wells about 25 miles west of its current well along the Dalton Highway, where it is testing... [Read More]
Malamute Energy, the new owner of the Umiat oil field, wants the state and federal government to create a unit from its leases so it... [Read More]
Long lingering questions about Alaska's North Slope gasline project should be answered eventually. [Read More]
MARCH 10, 2017--OR&R's Emergency Response Division (ERD) participated in this week's ECM Maritime Services oil spill Command Post drill involving a grounded tanker scenario spilling... [Read More]
APRIL 21, 2017--On April 12-13, an exercise was held at the Seattle waterfront simulating a vessel collision at sea, resulting in the discharge of 80,000... [Read More]
Fairbanks pharmacist Tom Miklautsch was hailed as a man with the Midas touch in buying valuable North Slope property. But it all went wrong. [Read More]
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