The Energy for All Alaska schedule can be found on our calendar.
Energy for All Alaska programs take place at 8am every Tuesday in FEDC’s conference room at 330 Wendell Ave, Ste E (upstairs in the Hoppner Law Office building downtown).
On March 13, respectively, presented on the the Pebble Partnership.
You can access their presentation slide deck here.
On February 27, Bill Butler and Wes Hopwood of the City of North Pole and Stantec, respectively, presented on the North Pole Water System Expansion project.
On February 20, Bo York, Hilcorp Alaska North Slope Operations Manager, presented on Hilcorp Operatons in Alaska.
On February 13, Nick Czarnecki, FNSB Air Quality Manager, presented on "Air Quality Non-Attianment 101".
On Janaury 30, Doug Hanson of the Alaska DNR Division of Forestry presented on the Fairbanks Timber Sale Program.
On January 23, Jon Cook, Chair of the Alaska Railroad Board, presented on the Alaska Railroad's objective of selling ARR land that were not advantageous to rent. This ability to sell would sunset after five years. You can find the documents that Jon mentioned below:
On January 16, Christopher Baird of Battelle and the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) presented on NEON's research in Interior and Arctic Alaska. You can find a copy of his presentation here.
Additionally, you can contact Christopher with questions on NEON or summer employment with NEON at email@example.com.
On January 9, Kara Moriarty of the Alaska Oil and Gas Association presented Oil and Gas in Alaska: An Update for 2018. You can find a copy of her presentation here.
On January 2, Nick Szymoniak of the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation presented on the commercial factors and in state options for the Alaska LNG project. You can find a copy of his presentation here and a recording of the presentation here.
Click here for content from previous Energy for All Alaska programs.