You can't underestimate how important it is to the Native people," said Julie Kitka, president of the Alaska Federation of Natives.
Kitka has known Sweeney for 30 years. She says Sweeney's work as an Alaska Native leader and at the Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC) make her the perfect candidate.
VIRTUALLY NO OPPOSITION, says Sen. Murkowski from Alaska. She also says there should be UNANIMOUS CONSENT for approval.
Tara Sweeney is “the executive vice president of external affairs for Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC),” and has worked there “for nearly 20 years in a variety of roles.” they operate “in petroleum refining and marketing,” and “oilfield engineering, operations, maintenance, construction, fabrication, regulatory and permitting” for “oil and gas companies in Alaska, the Gulf of Mexico, the Russian Federation, and Canada.”Arctic Slope Regional Corporation is currently involved with “the controversial Liberty project in the Arctic.” The Liberty project “would involve construction of a nine-acre” artificial gravel island, “drilling wells to tap underwater oil reserves and building an underwater pipeline more than five miles long to send the oil to onshore facilities.” “oil “spills are inevitable and cannot be cleaned up in icy Arctic water.” If the project moves forward, it will be the first drilling in federal Arctic waters since 2015 and the “nation’s first oil production platform in federal Arctic waters.” WATCH OUT THIS FAT GIRL IS FAKE AND
MONEY HUNGRY and WILL STEP ON ANY ONES TOES...
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