The Article Points Out The Global Exploration Of The Arctic Dreams And Cold Truths

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Pratt, Joseph A. "Offshore at 60: Arctic Dreams and Cold Truths." Offshore 74.11 (2014): 34-40. Science & Technology Collection. Web. 11 Apr. 2016.
The article points out the challenges in offshore drilling in Alaska and the Arctic. Ice floes are the key barrier in oil and gas production in the area. It continues to talk about new developments in oil and gas operations and emphasizes the environmental protection that drillers have to deal with. The article also talks about the history of drilling in the Arctic. I believe that this source is reliable because the author, Joseph A. Pratt, is a Professor of History and Business at the University of Houston’s main campus. Dr. Pratt’s resume looks credible because, he is a leading historian of the petroleum industry, and was a consultant for a PBS mini-series on the oil industry. I think that this will help me on my paper because it is full of useful information.
Kahane, Leo H. "The House Vote to Overturn the Moratorium on Offshore Drilling: Jobs, Pacs, Ideology, And Spills." Eastern Economic Journal 42.1 (2016): 46-62. Business Source Complete. Web. 11 Apr. 2016.
In 2011, the House of Representatives passed a bill that overturned the Obama administration 's moratorium on offshore drilling. Results show that potential employment benefits, legislator ideology, and distance from the Gulf, all affected the way the House Members voted. Political Action Committee money from those who supported or opposed the bill was also an important…

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