Jul29

If you weren’t able to attend the July 29th luncheon put on by the Alliance in conjunction with the Alaska Department of Commerce, Community & Economic Development, you can see you what you missed! Click here for the...

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State of Alaska Ballot Measure Pamphlet
Jul29

State of Alaska Ballot Measure Pamphlet

Make an informed decision about the Ballot Measure 1. Click here for the State of Alaska Ballot Measure Pamphlet.    

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Want to vote early? Here’s where to go.
Jul26

Want to vote early? Here’s where to go.

Absentee Early and In-Person voting locations are located around the state – including Prudhoe Bay! Click here to see where to vote absentee.

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Absentee Voting
Jul25

Absentee Voting

Click here for more information on absentee voting.

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Governor Appoints Oil and Gas Competitiveness Review Board
Jul24

Governor Appoints Oil and Gas Competitiveness Review Board

          FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                                                     No. 14-120 Governor Appoints Oil and Gas Competitiveness Review Board July 24, 2014, Juneau, Alaska – Governor Sean Parnell appointed Rodney Brown, Curt Freeman, Tom Hendrix, Tom Maloney, Joey Merrick II, Kara Moriarty, and Peter Stokes to the Oil and Gas Competitiveness Review Board. The duty of the board is to take a complete view of oil and gas exploration, development and production in the state and make recommendations to the Alaska Legislature. The board will initially consider the state’s regulatory and permitting environment and the effectiveness of workforce development efforts. The Oil and Gas Competitiveness Review Board was included in Senate Bill 21, the More Alaska Production Act by Senator Lesil McGuire. Governor Parnell supports the provision that he calls an important tool to keep Alaska’s oil fields competitive for investment and production. Brown, of Fairbanks, is the business manager for Plumbers and Pipefitters UA Local 375 and president of the Alaska Petroleum Joint Crafts Council. He formerly worked as a welder foreman for Norcon, Inc. Brown is appointed to a public seat. Freeman, of Fairbanks, is the president of Avalon Development Corporation. He is the chairman of the Geologic Mapping Advisory Board for the Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, and a member of the Alaska Miners Association and the Society of Economic Geologists. He holds a bachelor’s degree in geology from the College of Wooster and a master’s degree in economic geology from the University of Alaska. Freeman is appointed to a geologist seat. Hendrix, of Palmer, is the vice president of oil and gas for Carlile Transportation Systems. He previously was the vice president of strategic business development for Carlile, and North Slope logistics manager for Arco. Hendrix formerly served as president of the Alaska Support Industry Alliance. He is appointed to a seat nominated by the Alaska Support Industry Alliance. Maloney, of Anchorage, is the Alaska area manager for CH2MHill. He is past president of the Resource Development Council. Maloney formerly served as a board member for the Municipality of Anchorage Investment Advisory Commission, Alaska Chamber of Commerce, Anchorage Economic Development Corporation, and Junior Achievement of Alaska. He is a certified public accountant, a certified management accountant, and holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from...

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