If Caesar were in charge, he would immediately see the benefit of a small-bore natural gas pipeline.
A large U.S.-backed Alaska project could help provide the U.S. with a lot more energy security than meets the eye.
Alaska, with its oil tax credits, is already opaquely subsidizing and paying for oil industry operations.
The oil industry is trying to scare us into the poorhouse so it can live the industrial subsidized high life.
As the state continues to have difficulty organizing its finances, including for public education, this critical matter should be addressed.
The oil game is on. The state of Alaska is going to be left behind if it does not play.
Each revenue source must be looked at strategically to gain a fair value, and each budget outlay needs to be likewise analyzed.
Goldman Sachs needs to look at all the carbon emissions from businesses and places it invests in.
OPINION: It's impossible to convince a Lower 48er that Interior Alaska is in a crisis and that affordable energy is just as important as clean air.