Tegan Hanlon, Alaska's Energy Desk - Anchorage
The worker is an Alaska resident who had traveled out of state, according to Alaska's health commissioner.
Wristbands, longer shifts, fever checks: How Alaska oil companies are responding to the global pandemic
While work is continuing on Alaska’s remote North Slope, oil and gas companies say it’s not business as usual. They’re taking new precautions to keep the virus away.
Switch from BP’s corporate giving model to Hilcorp’s employee contributions could be ‘a bucket of cold water’ for nonprofits
Hilcorp’s philanthropic strategy is more about individual employee giving than corporate sponsorship. And, a national expert says, that’ll diffuse the giving and make it harder to predict — at least at first.
When the initiative would appear on a ballot depends on when the Alaska Legislature wraps up its work.
As it prepares to exit the state, BP donates nonprofit meeting space in Anchorage to community foundation
The Alaska Community Foundation says it will maintain the energy center as a free meeting space for at least the next 20 years.
Alaska regulators say they need more time to weigh Hilcorp’s request to keep its finances confidential
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska has extended its deadline to March 12.
Conoco says this is how the environmental review process is supposed to work: Communities provide input, and companies respond.
The meeting Tuesday marked the first time Alaskans could provide in-person comments to the state regulatory commission that's overseeing a portion of the pending $5.6 billion sale.
They plan to turn in the more than 43,000 signatures on Friday.
It reduces wear and tear on your engine and reduces carbon emissions, they say.
Hilcorp is planning to buy BP's entire Alaska business, and it wants its financial records kept private.
The Republican lawmakers' reactions to the death of Iran's powerful commander joined a chorus of responses Friday to the controversial killing.
The weather service says a powerful cold front is moving up Cook Inlet and “will bring back winter in a hurry."
BP, which has been a major employer in Alaska for decades, is planning to sell all of its assets in the state to Hilcorp, a smaller, private company.
“The purpose is to make sure the State of Alaska and its people are represented as this transaction moves forward,” said the governor’s office.
The EPA says the oil company didn’t maintain adequate insurance and failed to properly label hazardous materials.
BP intends to sell its entire Alaska business to Hilcorp for $5.6 billion.