Most roads have been temporarily patched, but permanent repairs will cost millionsPipeline stays shut as shocks shake Alaska Nov 05, 2002
The United States and Canada already consume about 24 trillion cubic feet of natural gas a year, with that projected to soar to 30 trillion cubic feet by the decade's endAlaska gas pipeline plan moves forward Nov 15, 2001
As part of this national alert, we know of no specific threat to Alaska or any other part of the country, but I urge Alaskans to be on guardRoadblock manned near Alaska pipeline Oct 31, 2001
Although we have not been informed of any specific threat to the pipeline, we know its importance to meeting the nation's energy needs makes it a potential target for terroristsRoadblock manned near Alaska pipeline Oct 31, 2001
Dr. Tony Knowles was the President of the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). A chemist by training, Knowles has been awarded the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal.
Knowles has a BSc and PhD in physical chemistry from the University of Waterloo. Following a variety of private sector and academic posts he was appointed President of BCIT in 2000 and stepped down in May 2007.