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Shell Arctic Exploration Program: The Next Chapter in Alaska's Oil and Gas History

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Published on Nov 11, 2010

This video details the amount of oil and gas estimated to be in the Alaska offshore and what it could mean for the state of Alaska, the Nation and the aging Trans-Alaska Pipeline. University of Alaska economist, Scott Goldsmith, talks about the Alaska economy and the 35-thousand jobs that would be created if the Alaska offshore is opened up to exploration and development. Shell Alaska Vice President, Pete Slaiby, discusses the mean estimate of the oil and gas availability in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas and historical footage is used showing the Trans-Alaska Pipeline being built.

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