Exploration In Alaska Has Revealed Massive New Volumes Of Oil

Trans Alaska Pipeline Denali fault shift
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By Scott L. Montgomery, Affiliate Faculty, Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington. Trans-Alaska Pipeline, northern Brooks Range, Alaska. U.S.Geological Survey/Flickr Arctic lands and waters hold irresistible allure for global oil companies. Despite opposition from environmental groups and President Obama’s 2016 ban on drilling in federal Arctic waters, exploration in Alaska has revealed massive new…

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