Sabine Poux, KDLL - Soldotna
The highly-anticipated forecast paints an urgent picture of a gas basin that is declining, while utilities continue to depend heavily on the natural gas that’s produced there.
Donna Arduin worked in Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s office between 2018 and 2019 and was the architect behind his plan to cut over $1 billion in state spending.
Hilcorp is the latest company to consider a tidal energy project in Cook Inlet, which is home to some of the largest tides in the world.
Both the borough and natural gas company HEX are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars in a Cook Inlet tax dispute.
State officials expect a daily average of 501,000 barrels of oil to be produced in Alaska for the next five years — a slight increase.
Staff at the Poiema Farm say their 200 chickens and 80 ducks are yielding four dozen eggs a day, amid low winter production.
The total includes 21 moose killed on the Kenai Peninsula from Jan. 6 through Jan. 20 alone.
Under the terms of a plea agreement, Lavern Davidhizar has agreed to pay a $10,000 fine and serve a year of probation.
Last month's lease sale saw lackluster interest as offshore drilling becomes more costly and renewable energy production picks up steam.
Charter operators in the Gulf of Alaska will soon be able to buy halibut quota from willing commercial fishermen, under a new program in a federal omnibus bill.
Alaska will continue to recover jobs in 2023 from its significant losses during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a job forecast from the state Department of Labor.
Hilcorp Alaska offered $63,983 on one 2,304-acre tract in Lower Cook Inlet, a small sliver of the nearly 1 million acres posted in the federal sale.
Canadian company TriSummit can move forward with the purchase of ENSTAR Natural Gas and its share in Cook Inlet’s gas storage facility — an $800 million deal.
The clam population crashed on the east side of Cook Inlet about a decade ago and has been slow to bounce back.
Federal oil and gas lease sales in Cook Inlet have been canceled before. This time, the Dec. 30 sale is required by federal law — but a coalition of organizations is challenging the feds' environmental review process for the auction.
Thirty-six-year-old Sam Clyde leaves behind a wife and five school-aged kids.
Two roofs in Soldotna collapsed Friday under heavy snow loads. Nobody was injured in either incident.
For the first time, the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District is holding an Indigenous language film festival — part of a greater push to highlight Indigenous languages in the district.