"Fostering the long-term viability of the oil and gas industry for the benefit of Alaskans"

Member Companies

Alyeska Pipeline Service Company was incorporated in 1970 to design, build, operate and maintain the pipeline, pump stations and the Valdez Marine Terminal. The pipeline itself runs 800 miles, from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez. Since the startup of the pipeline in 1977, the Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) has successfully transported more than 16 billion barrels of crude oil from Alaska’s North Slope.

BP operates across six continents, with products and services available in 100 countries. BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc. opened its first office in Alaska in 1959 and is an upstream business unit of the BP Group. BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc. operates 13 North Slope oil fields and four North Slope pipelines and owns significant interest in six other producing fields and TAPS. BP’s net production rate in Alaska is 204,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day.

Caelus Energy, LLC (Caelus) is a privately held independent exploration and production company based in Dallas, Texas with an office in Anchorage. Caelus is a majority owner and operator of the Oooguruk development on the North Slope of Alaska.  The company is focused on the pursuit, identification and development of unique opportunities across Alaska and other oil and gas producing jurisdictions.

Chevron Corporation is one of the world’s leading integrated energy companies, with subsidiaries that conduct business across the globe. In 1888, Chevron began selling retail products in the territory of Alaska. Chevron began exploration efforts in Alaska in the 1930’s and has had a major presence in the Cook Inlet since 1957, when it was instrumental in the discovery of the Swanson River oil field. Chevron operates ten units and two producing fields in the Cook Inlet, and has joint venture interests on the North Slope. Chevron’s net production in Alaska is approximately 34,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day.

Eni is an integrated energy company with global operations in more than 70 countries and employs more than 78,000 people. Since 2005, Eni has had a varied and growing exploration and development portfolio in Alaska. Eni owns interests in 172 leases in Alaska. 89 leases are located in the federal OCS and 83 are state leases. Eni owns 100% working interest and is operator of the Nikaitchuq Field located at Oliktok Point. Eni also owns 30% of the Oooguruk Field, operated by Pioneer Natural Resources. Total US production for Eni is in excess of 120,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day.

ExxonMobil operates facilities or markets products in most of the world’s countries and explores for oil and natural gas on six continents. Its history in Alaska spans more than 50 years. ExxonMobil is the operator of Point Thomson, located 60 miles east of Prudhoe Bay. In addition, ExxonMobil has working interests in the Prudhoe Bay, Kuparuk, Endicott and Granite Point fields. During 2009, ExxonMobil’s average daily production in Alaska was approximately 123,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day.

Hilcorp was founded in 1989, is one of the largest privately-held independent oil and natural gas exploration and production companies in the United States. Headquartered in Houston, TX, Hilcorp has over 1,000 employees and 11 operating areas including the Gulf Coast region, the Gulf of Mexico, the Rockies and Alaska's Cook Inlet. Operating across the United States, Hilcorp continues to grow by actively acquiring and developing conventional assets while expanding its footprint into a number of new resource plays.

Petro Star Inc. was incorporated in 1984 and is the only Alaskan-owned refining and fuel marketing company. It maintains fuel sales groups in seven Alaska communities (Fairbanks, Anchorage, Valdez, North Pole, Kodiak, St. Paul and Unalaska) and refineries in both North Pole and Valdez. Petro Star’s two refineries draw crude supply from TAPS to produce off-road and marine diesel, commercial and military jet fuel, and home heating oil.

Repsol, one of the world’s largest oil companies, operates in more than 30 countries with a worldwide workforce of more than 36,000 employees. Alaska is an especially promising area for Repsol, and the company is actively exploring on the North Slope.  The company holds 156 onshore blocks to the west of the Kuparak River and Prudhoe Bay fields.  Repsol also holds 93 offshore leases (100% working interest) in the Chukchi Sea and 71 leases (20% working interest)in the Beaufort Sea.

Shell Exploration & Production Company explores and produces oil and gas in a number of countries including Australia, Scotland, Russia, Nigeria, Brunei, Norway, Canada, the U.S. and Brazil. Shell first came to Alaska in 1960 and currently holds 137 leases in the Beaufort Sea and 275 leases in the Chukchi Sea. Shell believes the offshore could prove to be the next major chapter in Alaska’s oil and gas history. If exploration plans are approved and permits secured, Shell will drill up to three wells total in the Beaufort and Chukchi combined in 2010. In addition Shell will conduct ongoing baseline science research and stakeholder workshops.

Tesoro Alaska opened the refinery located in Nikiski, Alaska in 1969. In addition, Tesoro operates six other refineries in North Dakota, Utah, Washington, California, and Hawaii. The company owns and operates over 380 retail stores near those refineries, including 31 in Alaska. Tesoro also brands over 51 independent dealers in Alaska. The Alaska refinery manufactures jet fuel, diesel, gasoline, propane, asphalt and heavy oils.