May the odds be (N)ever in your favor: rough day for LNG, electric cars, permanent fund, and ANWR exploration

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LNG Pipeline just a pipe dream? Brian Mazurek, Peninsula Clarion, February 6, 2019 “There is no LNG project coming in the near future.” At the latest Kenai/Soldotna Joint Chamber Luncheon, speaker Larry Persily — a former federal official for Alaska gas pipeline projects and chief of staff for former borough mayor Mike Navarre — expressed doubts that the Alaska Gasline … read more

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Power-sharing propaganda; New world order for oil prices.

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Power-sharing among options Alaska House is exploring Associated Press, February 5, 2019 An Alaska House Democratic leader says members will need to wrestle with whether a power-sharing agreement is the best option for organizing the chamber. Rep. Bryce Edgmon says lawmakers have explored other options and none so far has materialized. A group of eight representatives has been looking at … read more

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ANWR Anxiety; Green New Deal Won’t Shun Fossil Fuels

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Protesters take over ANWR environmental scoping meeting Erin McGroarty, Daily News-Miner, February 5, 2019 Activists pushing against oil development in the 1002 Coastal Plain area of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge took over a public scoping meeting Monday evening that was initially supposed to go very differently. Unlike past public hearings, this meeting was organized in an open-house style, according to … read more