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Alaska Native leaders, U.S. senators back major Willow project
They cast it as economically critical for Indigenous communities, important for energy security.
Suit challenges review underlying Alaska oil lease sale
The lawsuit asks that a judge strike down the environmental review underlying the lease sale.
OPEC+ makes small trim to world oil supplies as prices fall
Oil prices jumped after the announcement.
Biden offshore drilling proposal would allow up to 11 sales
Proposal includes up to 10 oil and gas lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico and 1 off the Alaska coast.
States struggle to replace fossil fuel tax revenue
Federal, state and local governments receive about $138B a year from the fossil fuel industry.
Ukraine war ups pressure for US oil; industry faces hurdles
Rhetoric about quickly ramping up U.S. crude output is at odds with the industry’s reality.
Congressional delegation condemns NPR-A development reversal
Another policy reversal.
Federal judge blocks Biden’s pause on new oil, gas leases
The decision is a blow to Biden’s efforts to rapidly transition the nation away from fossil fuels.
Environmentalists to Permanent Fund Corp: Time to divest from fossil fuels
Divestment is a fiduciary responsibility.
Thirty years after Exxon Valdez, Juneau organization working to keep waters safe
They don’t like oil spills.
Opinion: Eliminate Alaska’s oil tax credits
The state is receiving nothing in return.
On day 56, the Alaska Legislature passes first resolution of session
Congress accepting comments on environmental impacts on ANWR through Wednesday.
Dunleavy hopes to promote state’s resources at major oil conference
It’s a rare trip for the governor.