Alaska Journal of Commerce
Shell now hopes to use two drill rigs for Chukchi exploration in 2015
Shell is now planning to bring the TransOcean Ltd. semi-submersible drill rig Polar Pioneer to the Chukchi Sea in 2015 to explore along with the drillship Noble Discoverer.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
F/V Auriga prepares for the start of B season.
After much debate within the industry, crabbers and processing companies are stepping up to get Russian seafood imports banned in the U.S. But fish is a global business, and some companies are refusing to support a ban until the European Union gets on board.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Seward City News
Expedition Yacht visits Seward on world cruise
Anchored serenely offshore of the busy Waterfront Campground, the impressive expedition yacht Dorothea III dwarfed the six-packs zooming back to the boat harbor with their silver salmon bounty.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Anchorage Daily News
Feds charge second seafood plant employee for covering up emission violations
Federal prosecutors in Alaska have charged a previously unnamed Dutch Harbor seafood plant employee with a Clean Air Act violation, stemming from allegations he falsified emissions forms that were then used unwittingly by his employer.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
'Deadliest Catch' must deal with 'Sabotage' on Discovery
On a recent episode of " Deadliest Catch " was titled "Sabotage." As the episode begins, the Northwestern is ready for offload, and Mandy is going home, proud of herself for the job she did.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch
'Deadliest Catch' sneak peek: Nail-biter for the Cornelia Marie
Season 10 of Discovery's Deadliest Catch comes to an epic close tonight with a two-hour finale that finds the fleet facing an Arctic storm with hurricane-force winds.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Anchorage Daily News
Fishing plant powerhouse operator charged with Clean Air Act violation
A Dutch Harbor seafood plant employee has agreed to plead guilty to a Clean Air Act violation for tampering with machines designed to reduce nitrogen dioxide emissions.