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Furie Operating Alaska’s Kitchen Lights gas production platform has arrived by barge in Kachemak Bay on the east side of Cook Inlet. But the platform will not be installed on location in the company’s Kitchen Lights unit until 2015.Alan Bailey
The Tennessee-based independent says it has entered into a non-binding letter of intent to buy “substantially all” of Buccaneer’s operating assets in Alaska for approximately $40 million to $50 million. It intends to fund the acquisition “with its existing facilities or other borrowings.”Eric Lidji
The latest in Alaska business news about new hires, promotions, certifications and honors.Kathleen Macknicki
Alaska Communications Systems is “endangering the health and safety” of thousands of Fairbanks residents by failing to provide updated phone numbers for the city's 911 system, the Fairbanks North Star Borough alleges in a lawsuit.Dermot Cole
Two leading Alaska Native tribal organizations on Wednesday petitioned the federal government to dramatically lower the cap on the number of king salmon that Bering Sea commercial fishermen can harvest as bycatch in order to protect the fish.Lisa Demer
There are no commitments in the new LNG agreement between Japan and Alaska -- very similar to another document signed in 2013 -- but both parties assert that signing memos to cooperate is mutually beneficial and they need to keep talking.Dermot Cole
On Wednesday, Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell announced that Alaskans' 2014 Permanent Fund Dividend checks will clock in at $1,884. Distribution of payments to bank accounts will begin Oct. 2.Sean Doogan
The state of Alaska is weighing in on the side of the federal government in court, hoping to help keep alive a U.S. Forest Service timber sale in Southeast, and with it what's left of a once-booming industry.Pat Forgey
Uber, an app-based service that allows users to request car rides from a select group of approved drivers, will soon be debuting in Anchorage. But city officials and taxi operators say  the company's entry into the market represents a threat to the regulated taxi and car service businesses.Sean Doogan
A 2012 lawsuit filed by gubernatorial candidate Bill Walker that challenged a settlement between the state and Exxon Mobil over development at the Point Thomson oil field is being targeted by the re-election campaign of Gov. Sean Parnell as anti-development.Alex DeMarban

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