ConocoPhillips Alaska - search results

If you're not happy with the results, please do another search

In a presentation to an Anchorage business group on Monday, Marushack said Conoco’s projects are part of a new wave of oil production in Alaska, something he called a “North Slope Renaissance.”

ConocoPhillips on Thursday announced it netted $115 million in Alaska last quarter — almost double what it earned in the third quarter. But the Houston-based company is still grappling with a multi-billion dollar global loss. Listen now

ConocoPhillips says it’s reviewing spending in Alaska, a month after the legislature passed Governor Sean Parnell’s oil tax reform. The tax cut is worth billions of dollars to oil companies in Alaska. ConocoPhillips executives talked about the state’s new tax regime during their annual meeting and an analyst presentation earlier this week. Download Audio

Annie Feidt, APRN - Anchorage BP and Conoco Phillips are abandoning their joint effort to build a gas pipeline from Alaska's North Slope to the...

Alaska lawmakers have announced they want to take a look at ConocoPhillips' alternative plan for a natural gas pipeline from the North Slope. ...

"No” voters are leading by a wide margin. Ballot Measure 1 is down 63 percent to 37 percent. If approved, the ballot initiative would add new protections for Alaska’s salmon habitat. Listen now

Murkowski endorses Dunleavy and wants Ballot Measure 1 to fail; Dunleavy, Begich spar on budget, crime in debate; ConocoPhillips to begin work on $1 billion North Slope oil development this winter; Wrangell moves to get rid of prayer during public meetings; Alaska records 75 cases of syphilis this year; NASA renews satellite services contract with UAF; Crews begin repairs on flooded roads near Seward; Winter weather to hit Interior next week; Atka school in danger of shutting down; AK: The haunting of Alaskan Hotel's Room 315; 49 Voices: Gina Hays of Anchorage Listen now

ConocoPhillips today announced the company has made the final decision to build a new, roughly $1 billion drill site on the North Slope. Listen now

According to Conoco, the Greater Mooses Tooth 2 drill site could produce up to 40,000 barrels of oil per day. The company aims to begin construction this winter, and complete the project by 2021.

Byron Mallott resigns; Feds approve second Conoco oil project in National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska; Elders and Youth conference continues in Anchorage; Sitka police officer files suit; DEA hosts Fairbanks opioid summit; Togiak tribal authorities seize smuggled alcohol; Rural Alaska populations on the rise; Petersburg Assembly rejects Tongass timber sale audit Listen now

Indicators mixed in US House race; ConocoPhillips Alaska CEO says wave of oil production coming to North Slope; 'Our ancestors are our fire': Elders and Youth conference kicks off in Anchorage; Despite legality in Canada, border-crossing with marijuana still will be illegal; Gubernatorial campaigns present their ideas on how to improve Alaska rural public safety; Board of Fish agenda heavy with hatchery issues; Seldovia woman fends off bear inside her home with a broom; Aniak airport construction raises fears of flooding in spring; Redefining sports: Petersburg High School supports starting a video gaming team Listen now

Two Utqiaġvik whaling crew members die in apparent whaling accident; Public safety persists as top issue for Y-K Delta tribes; Poll shows challenger closing in on Rep. Young; Republican Governors Association plays dominant role in Alaska campaign funding ; ConocoPhillips heralds first oil at Alaska petroleum reserve; Ask A Climatologist: How much would society have to adjust to curb climate change?; How much can a city like Anchorage cut down on carbon?  ; Kenai invocation policy ruled unconstitutional; Anchorage School Board votes not to change school start times; NPFMC may impose regulations on Southeast and GOA rental boats; Beadnose 409 crowned as the 2018 Fat Bear Week champion Listen now

Imagine a wave as tall as the ConocoPhillips building in downtown Anchorage. It happened just three years ago in Southeast Alaska. A new scientific paper makes the case that climate change could increase the likelihood of these events. Listen now

Murkowski is urged by AFN to vote no on Kavanaugh confirmation; Candidates for Alaska governor differ over abortion; In case of missing Kotzebue girl, troopers shift from search and rescue to investigation; Here’s how a rag-tag group of scientists produced a paper on a 300-foot Alaska tsunami; Cruise ship air quality violations spike in Alaska; How this week's aurora activity is being driven by the sun; Ask a Climatologist: The state is having a strangely sunny September Listen now

In Alaska, oil companies are already seeing the consequences of climate change. But the industry is also grappling with the issue on a much higher level — in a way that could eventually affect whether or not they pursue projects in the Arctic. Listen now

The goal is to completely map the seafloor by the year 2030 and three Alaska companies are pitching in. Listen now
pipeline

The company says it won’t let budget cuts jeopardize the pipeline’s safe operations, since there’s no other way to move oil off the North Slope. Meanwhile, a citizens watchdog group in Valdez says it will seek more information about the company’s reorganization. Listen now

The Alaska Supreme Court today ruled that only certain provisions of the controversial ballot initiative are unconstitutional. Whether the rest becomes state law will be up to Alaska voters. Listen now

The federal government is asking the public for input on this year's oil and gas lease sale in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPR-A), an Indiana-sized area of land on the North Slope. Listen now

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission sent a letter to the state, requesting that it pay for a third-party contractor to help with federal review of the project. Listen now