Oil production from an Alaskan wildlife refuge won’t take place for another decade at least and domestic needs by then are uncertain, a federal report found. The U.S. tax reform passed late last year included language inserted by U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski , R-Alaska, that opened the so-called 1002 Area in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Murkowski’s office said the 1002 Area is a non-wilderness portion of the refuge and her provision carved out only a “small portion” of the acreage for oil and gas drilling. The area in question represents about 8 percent of total ANWR acreage. President Donald Trump said the parts of ANWR opened to drillers may rank in the top globally in terms of […]