The Assembly and administration have major differences over who sets the policy and what the city’s position actually is.
The Alaska Gasline Development Corp. suggests supplying the Cook Inlet region with natural gas as a phased prelude to Asia-bound LNG exports.
A Friday memo from Unalaska's administration advises against renewing a power purchase agreement in the Makushin Volcano geothermal project.
The federal Department of Agriculture is offering grants to help people who live and work in Alaska’s rural areas reduce their energy costs.
Analysts say estimates that the state could earn hundreds millions from leases are overpromising.
Stakeholders who have fundamental objections have little time for further negotiation, and little recourse but federal court.
House Resources Committee chair Rep. Tom McKay, R-Anchorage, said he believes the proposal could spur more drilling.
The state’s largest gas utility is warning that shortfalls could come as soon as next year – and imports are years off.
Thursday's penalty came two days after the oil company was fined $452,100 over unauthorized injections into Prudhoe Bay Unit oil pools.
The entire community was without electricity for more than three days, as subzero temperatures sapped the local generator's batteries.
In a memo sent in early January, the mine’s general manager said the mine will struggle to remain viable if it does not find ways to reduce costs.
“This is the most strained I’ve seen the system,” ENSTAR President John Sims said at a press conference Thursday.
Utilities say a 25-minute outage early Thursday at the Eklutna Generation Station triggered outages across the Railbelt to prevent a blackout.
A renewable portfolio standard would require Railbelt utilities to ramp up renewables. Chugach is the first Railbelt utility to publicly back it.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy wants to spend another $4.5 million on marketing and development the project. But lawmakers sound increasingly skeptical.
Anchorage, Mat-Su utilities disagree with Eklutna village on full dam removal to restore namesake river
The public has until Feb. 19 to comment on the utilities’ hydro project river repair plan, which is much more modest.
Natural Resources Commissioner John Boyle told lawmakers he expects a more than 30% production increase by the start of the 2033 fiscal year.
President and CEO Bill Stamm said that the cooperative is proposing a rate increase because “everything is more expensive.”
A new study adds to mounting evidence about caribou sensitivity to roads, raising questions about further development in their habitat.
Nuiqsut's tribal and city councils last year blasted the “endless expansion of oil development and the complete encirclement of our village."
The utility says the primary culprit is the above-average snowfall that has impacted all of Southcentral Alaska this winter.
From natural gas to psychedelic medicine, a look at some of the bills filed ahead of Alaska’s legislative session
Ahead of their return to the Capitol, lawmakers are using pre-session bill filings to lay out priorities for the months to come.
There are at least three bills to watch this coming legislative session that are aimed at growing Alaska’s renewable energy production.
Nonprofits typically run on a shoestring, and energy — which the $4 million in federal funding assists with — is usually their second-highest expense.
Vitus Energy says it's sending fuel additives to Kuskokwim River residents whose heating fuel gelled at low temperatures late last month.
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