Oil and Gas Leasing, Exploration and Development Activities on the North Slope
- History of Oil Development in the Alaskan Arctic
- NSB Oil and Gas Plans and Policy Positions
- Federal Oil and Gas Activities
- State Oil and Gas Activities
- Oil Spill Response
- Shipping Activities and Impacts
- More Oil and Gas Development Resources
- Related Studies
These pages contain some basic information about oil and gas activities on the North Slope of Alaska and in adjacent marine waters. The list is not comprehensive but the information and links are intended to be informational. More information will be added as it comes available.
North Slope Borough Resolution 19-2008 North Slope Borough Resolution 19-2008 (2008). A resolution establishing a proactive policy opposing oil and gas exploration and development off the coast of the Northwest Arctic Borough and the North Slope Borough and supporting actions to assure responsible development.
Northwest Arctic Borough Resolution 11-28 A resolution establishing a proactive policy on oil and gas exploration, development, and production off the coast of the Northwest Arctic Borough and the North Slope Borough.
North Slope Borough Comprehensive Oil and Gas Development Plan, Technical Report. Not yet finalized.
North Slope News article: Itta, E.S. 2007. Oil (Development) and Water Don't Mix. North Slope News, April 2007. North Slope Borough, Alaska.
Reeves, R.R., P.J. Ewins, S. Agbayani, M.P. Heide-Jørgensen, K.M, Kovacs, C. Lydersen, R. Suydam, W. Elliott, G. Polet, Y. van Dijk, R. Blijleven. 2014. Distribution of endemic cetaceans in relation to hydrocarbon development and commercial shipping in a warming Arctic. Marine Policy 44:375-389.
Streever, B., et al. 2016. Changes in fish catch rates in the presence of air gun sounds in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Arctic 69(4):346-358.