RDC is an Alaskan, non-profit, membership-funded organization comprised of individuals and companies from Alaska’s oil and gas, mining, timber, tourism, and fisheries industries. RDC’s purpose is to link these diverse industries together to encourage a strong, diversified private sector and grow Alaska through responsible resource development. 

RDC News

Letter To The President Of The United States

Dear Mr. President, on behalf of our organizations and the tens of thousands of jobs we represent, we welcome you and Secretary John Kerry to Alaska. Read full letter. 

2015-2016 Breakfast Season
The first breakfast of the season will take place on Thursday, September 17th at the Dena'ina Center. Registration will be available on September 10th. 


Chuitna In Stream Flow Reservation Testimony
August 21, 2015. Testimony before the Department of Natural Resources, Water Resource Team. Read full testimony. 

Alaska's Fiscal Crisis
For more than 20 years, RDC has advocated for a long-term fiscal plan, including efforts to limit Unrestricted General Fund spending to a sustainable level…Read More. 

Akiachak Native Community Litigation   
Dear Governor Walker, the Resource Development Council for Alaska, Inc. (RDC) is writing to urge your administration to appeal the Akiachak Native Community lawsuitRead full letter. 

The Benefits of Membership

RDC's strength comes from the diversity in its membership. With the broad interests we represent, RDC is able to link a diverse network to help influence a strong private sector economy and grow Alaska through responsible resource development. RDC also tackles many of the other issues these industries face through our involvement with the legislature and with state and federal regulators.

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2015 Annual Report


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