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Fracking comes to Alaska, triggering new oil boom

Prudhoe Bay - The Arctic region hold great allure for global oil companies, despite opposition from green groups and Obama's 2016 ban on drilling in federal Arctic waters. However, over the past year, huge oil reserves have been found on Alaska's North Slope.

Report: Bush DoJ sheltered BP executives from criminal probe

EPA criminal investigator Scott West spent thousands of hours investigating alleged crimes committed by BP -- bound to have resulted in felony charges -- but President Bush's Department of Justice abruptly shut his investigation down, TruthOut reports.
 

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PRUDHOE BAY-DEADHORSE  Alaska (March 12  2007) – At the northern end of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline ...
PRUDHOE BAY-DEADHORSE, Alaska (March 12, 2007) – At the northern end of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Prudhoe Bay-Deadhorse, Alaska, also serves as the beach detachment for the Applied Physics Laboratory Ice Station (APLIS) which has been established on a drifting ice floe about 180 nautical miles north in support of arctic testing for U.S. and U.K submarines.
United States Navy, photographer not specified
WO4441 Prudhoe Bay  Alaska Wetlands; Resource management; Alaska; Contributors DIVISION OF PUBLIC AF...
WO4441 Prudhoe Bay, Alaska Wetlands; Resource management; Alaska; Contributors DIVISION OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS Item ID WO-Wetland-4441.
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