Alaska Department of Natural Resources

The Alaska Department of Natural Resources offers all available acres in its Areawide lease sales. Areawide leasing allows regularly scheduled competitive sales within specific oil and gas basins without a nomination process. Offering oil and gas leases in each sale area annually allows Alaska to have a stable, predictable leasing program. In Areawide leasing, the lease legal description and acreage are determined after a bid is received on a lease sale tract. The Alaska DNR provides the lease sale tract location and estimated lease acres prior to sale. The lease award includes the final legal description and acreage for the lease.

Additionally, The Alaska DNR offers data to help you interpret and evaluate Alaska's resources as you consider participating in lease sales or evaluate leads, prospects, or discoveries. The Alaska DNR also provides a summary of the oil and gas fiscal system, information about lessees and operators in Alaska, geographic and geophysical data, and exploration activity on the Division of Oil and Gas website.

Current Alaska DNR Lease Offering

The State of Alaska lease sale includes the Alaska Peninsula Areawide and Cook Inlet Areawide, taking place in Spring 2020.

Alaska DNR Sale Group Map View the Active Listings Now

Upcoming Alaska DNR Lease Offering

Subscribe to the Alaska DNR sale calendar to receive updated calendar information to your calendar.

How to Participate

  • Complete the quick and easy registration

    Create an account and digitally sign the Bidding Terms Agreement.

    Register for an Account
  • Establish a bid allowance

    Submit your bank information and request a Bid Allowance via the Buyer's Homepage.

  • Register for any current or upcoming sale

    Navigate to your listing/offering of interest and click on the "Register" button and complete the registration requirements.

Remember, the EnergyNet team is here to answer any questions!

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Gus Rivero

Vice President of Government Resources

Gus Rivero came to the U.S. at the age of 19 from Argentina in 2001, searching for a brighter future. Gus began his EnergyNet career in the IT Department, but exhibited such a passion for land that he was trained to work in the Land group. He now holds the position of Vice President of Government Resources where he directs the efforts in providing excellent service for our Government partners.

On December 2, 2010, Gus achieved his most important personal milestone: After 10 years and a long journey, he became a proud American citizen.

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Heather Fugger

Transaction Director

Heather Fugger brings to EnergyNet 20 years of high-level C-Suite administrative experience, highlighted with recent years focusing in contracting administration. She holds a certification from the National Association of Legal Assistants for Contract Administration, and attended the University of Maine. Heather joined EnergyNet in July of 2017, and is a member of the Women in Geothermal.

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Anastasia Rademaekers

Strategic Director

Anastasia joined the EnergyNet team in November 2018 as an Analyst for the Government Resources Team. She graduated from WTAMU with a B.B.A. in 2016 with a major in finance and a minor in management. She also completed her M.S. in finance and economics in 2017 at WT. While completing her M.S. degree, she was inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma - The International Business Honors Society. She is a Dallas native and has fallen in love with the Amarillo area. Her duties include domestic and global markets outreach.