Alaska to EPA – “We don’t need your help.”

June 22, 2018

Alaska steps into legal battle over hard rock mining regulation Alaska Public Media, Krysti Shallenberger, June 21, 2018 The Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to roll back a regulation to make hard rock mining companies pay for cleanup is sparking a new legal battle between Alaska and environmental groups. The state is intervening in a lawsuit […]

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Renewable energies won’t replace fossil fuels

June 21, 2018

Embracing the Energy Transition and Alaska’s Resources Resource Development Council, Susan Dio, June 20, 2018 Yesterday, Susan Dio, Chairman and President of BP America, Inc., spoke at the Resource Development Councils 43rd Annual Membership Luncheon. Some key points: Prudhoe Bay is approaching 13 billion barrels of oil produced, with no signs of stopping. Renewables are […]

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Fake News from ENGO’s as they are watched for relationships with foreign governments. 

June 20, 2018

House lawmakers step up probe on green groups’ international work Reuters, Valerie Volcovici, June 20, 2018 U.S. Republican lawmakers on Wednesday stepped up their scrutiny of environmental groups’ work with foreign countries, requesting that the Center for Biological Diversity turn in a list of documents detailing their work with Japanese officials. It was the third […]

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