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Hilcorp Gas Leak in Cook Inlet

Hilcorp Gas Leak in Cook Inlet

Posted by Bob Shavelson at Feb 15, 2017 05:55 PM |

Inletkeeper’s Notice of Intent to Sue is meant to provide a back-stop in the event Hilcorp opts to continue to put profits over fish, wildlife and water quality in Cook Inlet, and to press Hilcorp to address the larger issue of relying on antiquated infrastructure as part of its Cook Inlet business model.

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Stop Climate Denier Scott Pruitt from Running EPA

Stop Climate Denier Scott Pruitt from Running EPA

Posted by Bob Shavelson at Jan 13, 2017 08:05 PM |

Scott Pruit Climate Denier EPA Administrator Cook Inlet Alaska

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Help Stop Exxon from Running our Foreign Policy

Help Stop Exxon from Running our Foreign Policy

Posted by Bob Shavelson at Jan 12, 2017 03:28 AM |

Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson had his first confirmation hearing for the Secretary of State position before the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday, January 11. Now it’s time to tell our Senators Lisa Murkowski & Dan Sullivan to oppose this reckless nomination.

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AOGCC Fracking Hearing Dec. 15

AOGCC Fracking Hearing Dec. 15

Posted by Bob Shavelson at Dec 12, 2016 09:25 AM |

The Issue: Current rules do not allow Alaskans to review and comment on applications for oil & gas hydraulic fracturing (fracking) operations near their homes and communities. Get Involved: Cook Inletkeeper recently submitted a proposed rule to the Alaska Oil & Gas Conservation Council (AOGCC) that would require AOGCC to make fracking applications publicly available, and to provide Alaskans the opportunity to shape final permitting decisions.

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