The BP Building in Anchorage. (Staff photo)
From the early days of oil exploration and discovery, BP has been a major contributor to the Alaska economy. The industry giant has now sold all its assets in Alaska to a smaller company. What does BP’s departure from Alaska mean for our economy? How will it affect north slope operations, the Trans Alaska Pipeline and the prospects for developing Alaska natural gas? We’ll discuss it on the next Talk of Alaska.
HOST: Lori TownsendGUESTS:
Larry Persily, former federal coordinator, Alaska LNG PipelineBill Popp, President & CEO, Anchorage Economic Development Corporation
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