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What others say: Landscape has changed since debate over Keystone began

...at their lowest in five years when adjusted for inflation.The sudden emergence of the United States as the third largest producer of petroleum in the world, behind Russia and Saudi Arabia, has surprised even longtime experts in the industry...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-11-30/what-others-say-landscape-has-cha
Opinion

LOS ANGELE - POM Wonderful®, the world's largest producer of Wonderful variety pomegranates and leading premium refrigerated juice company, celebrates the most anticipated time of the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/food/2014-10-07-5
Food
Voices of Alaska: Rushing Susitna baseline studies could cost Alaskans their salmon

...transportation by truck or barge for as long as those dams exist. Indeed, in the Columbia River basin - the once largest producer of king salmon - salmon must 'swim' in trucks to survive. On some rivers in Washington State, those trucks are...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-10-23/voices-of-alaska-rushing-susitna-
Opinion
Setting the record straight on America's oil

...production by a factor of five is not currently feasible, but if it were, it would make the United States the world's largest producer. Perhaps most misleading is his claim -- also made by others -- that the United States has "about 2, maybe 3...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/042511/ope_819804717.shtml
Opinion
Energy plan an imperative

...especially for transportation, but we also need to increase our domestic production. America is the world's third largest producer of oil, generating about 10 million barrels a day of the nearly 20 million barrels we consume.Yet even as we reduce...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2011-05-30/energy-plan-imperative
Opinion
Future bright for Chevron

...and Caltex companies. In Alaska, the company has 400 employees and is the third-largest operator and fourth-largest producer, he said. In the Cook Inlet basin, Chevron operates Granite Point, Trading Bay Field, Trading Bay Unit and Grayling...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/032107/news_0321new001.shtml
News
Energy plan an imperative

...especially for transportation, but we also need to increase our domestic production. America is the world's third largest producer of oil, generating about 10 million barrels a day of the nearly 20 million barrels we consume. Yet even as we reduce...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/053011/ope_837115271.shtml
Opinion
Concerns raised about Pebble mine study process

...resource," saying the U.S. imports about 40 percent of its copper. The mine would be above Iliamna Lake, the largest producer of sockeye salmon in the world. Taylor said he'd be "gone in a heartbeat" if anything came up showing the project...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-02-24/concerns-raised-about-pebble-mine-st
News
A Cook Inlet Catch 22

...newer exploration companies likely would take shortages into consideration when developing their plans. But other larger producers could fare better at maintaining operations. Although those effects aren't yet certain, officials from several...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-11-29/a-cook-inlet-catch-22
News
Cook Inlet oil, gas exploration in flux: Smaller independent companies move into basin as large producers cut back in region

Oil and gas development on the Kenai Peninsula took a blow after the recent announcement that ConocoPhillips and Marathon Oil are closing the liquefied natural gas plant in Nikiski.

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/021811/tra_787586905.shtml
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