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ALASKA: 1-23-03, Governor Frank Murkowski's State of the State Speech; 2002 DRAFT Recommendations to 2003 Legislature; '02 Alaska Legislation; Alaska Highway Natural Gas Pipeline Policy Council; Joint Legislative Gas Pipeline Committee; 9-01 Alaska Models: Canadian Routes, LNG, GTL; HR 4 Story; Cook Inlet Supply-Demand Report: AEDC; Commonwealth North Investigation & Our Article; Report: Backbone; Legislature Contacts; State Gas Pipeline Financing Study; 5-02 Alaska Producer Update; Kenai: "Oil & Gas Industry Issues and Activities Report, 11-02"; Alaska Oil & Gas Tax Structure; 2-27-02 Royalty Sale Background; Alaska Gas Pipeline Office opens, 7-01, and closes, 5-02; Betty Galbraith's 1997-1998 Chronology. Our copy.
CANADA: 1-10-03, "Arctic Gas Pipeline Construction Impacts On Northern Transp."-Transport Canada-PROLOG Canada Inc.-The Van Horne Institute;Hill Times Reports, 8-30-02; 9-30-02, Cons. Info. Requirements; CBC Archives, Berger Commission; GNWT Economic Impact Study, 5-13-02; GNWT-Purvin & Gertz Study, 5-8-02; Alberta-Alaska MOU 6-02; Draft Pan- Northern Protocol for Oil and Gas Development; Yukon Government Economic Effects: 4-02 & PPT; Gas Pipeline Cooperation Plan Draft & Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board; Mackenzie Valley Pipeline MOU Draft, 6-01; FirstEnergy Analysis: 10-19-01; Integrated Delta Studies; National Post on Mackenzie Pipeline, 1-02;Northern Pipeline Act; Haida Nation v. British Columbia; Indian Claims Commission; Skeena Cellulose decision -- aboriginal consultations required, 12-02; Misc. Pipeline Studies '02
COMPANIES: Alaska Gas Producers Pipeline Team Newsletter, 7-27-01; APG Newsletter: 5-02, 7-02 & 9-02; ArctiGas NEB PIP Filing Background; NRGPC Newsletter: Fall-02; 4-02 ArctiGas Reduces Field Work; BP's Natural Gas Page; Enbridge Perspective; Foothills Perspective; Williams Perspective; YPC Perspective, 7-02
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12-17. Anchorage Chamber of Commerce-Yesterday, U.S. Senator Ted Stevens (NGP Photo) met with a crowded Fourth Avenue Theater assembly of Chamber members and told them what they needed to hear about ANWR and gas pipelines. Please see our full report here.
9-28-02. "Music for Energy Bill Conferees? (Demo Clip for NGP Readers)". It had to happen. A patriotic group of Alaskans with no outside funding has organized a rock and roll band called "ANWR", to help sway the U.S. Congressional vote in favor appropriate development of ANWR. Band member and keyboard player Joan Massart-Paden explains, “Music is a grassroots element for most people. Our music is based on the premise that if the American public hears through music that real people support the drilling at ANWR, maybe some of the politicians opposing the drilling would change their vote.” The band has currently written and recorded one song, aptly titled “Drilling – Yes or No”, and is attempting to get it distributed locally and nationally. The lyrics, written by Gary Webster and Connie Wilhelm, are meant to carry a strong but non-controversial message. “Drilling issues, we gotta face. We’re divided in the race. From this point where does it go? Is it drilling yes or no?” The song also remembers the horrors of September 11 in the lyrics: “We can’t forget the terror that brought us all together. We raised our flags and sang the songs. The adversity made us strong.” ANWR Band Position Statement & Contact Information. Media welcome to re-run our articles and links. Note: polling data shows most Alaskans prize their state for environmental reasons...and most favor responsible development of the small fraction of ANWR acreage which Congress is considering. -dh (Note: Gary Webster provided us with a Reader Appreciation Prize CD on 10-7-02, accompanying it with this email message: "...what is portrayed by the environmentalist groups. The experience in Alaska is, quite frankly, the opposite of that message. It is difficult to understand why, after 30 years of responsible oil production in northern Alaska, that this kind of message even exists. Sure, the oil companies want to make a profit. All businesses do. Without a profit, they don't exist. Oil companies provide the fuel necessary to meet America's energy needs. Until that need changes through technology or other means, there will be some company to provide the service. I would rather it be a company with America's interest in mind. September 11 changed a lot of things in America. I think it shows how dependent we really are. To the degree of independence we achieve, we acquire freedom. Currently, we import over half our energy needs. To think we spend millions of American dollars to foreign interests who use it against us in criminal ways, I find appalling. If the oil companies in Alaska behaved as portrayed by the environmental groups, I would have to stand with them. The fact of the matter is, they do not. For this reason, the band ANWR was organized. Responsible exploration in Alaska is not the only answer toward American independence, but it is certainly a part of it. I will be sending our CD to Indiana, not with any expectation of an immediate change in behavior of anyone in Indiana, but at least to begin to show there is a different perspective. The band ANWR began, and will continue, to gradually open the minds of people. That is our expectation, and that is our cause - not only with the Refuge, but with other narrow-minded points of view. With respect to keeping an open mind, I know I do not have all the information there is on ANWR or any other subject, and I am open to be convinced otherwise. However, I have been in Alaska since 1969, and am not convinced the oil companies are doing a poor job with the environment. Both the industry and the state government have learned over the years. The events on September 11 has convinced me it is time to move forward. Freedom doesn't come by itself. You have to work for it. ANWR exploration is not only a benefit for Alaska, it is a benefit for America.")
6-15/16 Weekend Updates: Sat. 12:10 ET. LA Times opinion: Dr. Karl Francis, advisor to the Kaktovik City Council: I was reminded the last time I drove the Alaska Highway that Fairbanks is a long way from Los Angeles, about 4,000 miles. But that is hardly an excuse for the recent spate of articles, editorials and letters about Alaska and its people in the debate over drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. 2. As uncomfortable and bewildering as it may be to Karl Francis, neither he nor other Alaskans own the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (Commentary, June 10).
1-19/20 weekend: AP, Via Fairbanks News-Miner, by Cathy Brown, JUNEAU--A bill to give a nonprofit group $1 million more to continue lobbying for the opening the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is positioned to zoom through the Legislature.
1/9: No stakeholder group knows northern development issues from a more personal perspective than Canadian Aboriginal and Alaska Native citizens in affected areas. The North Slope village of Kaktovik tells Northern Gas Pipelines it is in the final stages of producing a state-of-the-art movie defining the ANWR issue from the perspective of people who live in the area. Readers interested in obtaining a copy may write us here. As a public service, we'll pass your request on to Village leaders so that they can be in direct contact with you.
1/2: Petroleum News Alaska, by Steve Southerlin-Speakers at the Arctic Power annual meeting Dec.18 at the Captain Cook Hotel in Anchorage had a common theme: this annual meeting would be the last.
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