Sarah takes on Big Oil
Anchorage, AK (PRWEB) October 5, 2008
"Sarah takes on Big Oil" is a book about Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and her battle with the state's three largest oil producers -— ExxonMobil, BP and ConocoPhillips.
A 216-page hardcover, "Sarah takes on Big Oil" is being released October 12, 2008 by PNA Publishing, an affiliate of Petroleum News, an independent news-driven weekly newspaper based in Anchorage, Alaska.
The authors, Kay Cashman and Kristen Nelson, are uniquely qualified to tell the story of Palin's dealings with the oil industry, and the unusual circumstances that bracketed her unprecedented rise to power.
Cashman, publisher and executive editor of Petroleum News, is a people person. She knows the people in Palin's story, and they know her as someone who can be trusted with sensitive information.
Nelson, editor-in-chief of Petroleum News, has a long record of covering the State of Alaska's interaction with the state's most lucrative industry.
Cashman and Nelson bring a perspective to Palin's story not available to general news reporters that makes for lively, but factual reading.
"Sarah takes on Big Oil" includes an 8-page color insert with photos of Alaska's oil industry by noted Alaska photographer Judy Patrick, a personal friend of Sarah Palin and Kay Cashman.
PRESS AVAILABILITIES: Photos of Cashman and Nelson, as well as photos of book collaborators Steve Sutherlin, Candice Ngo, and Amy Spittler are available on the book web site, http://www.sarahtakesonbigoil.com.
Web site: http://www.sarahtakesonbigoil.com
"Sarah takes on Big Oil": The compelling story of Gov. Sarah Palin's battle with Alaska's 'Big3' oil companies, as told by the state's top oil and gas editors by Kay Cashman and Kristen Nelson.
ISBN 978-0-9821632-0-7 (hardcover)
Printed in the United States of America by RR Donnelly
First Edition Printing October 2008
PNA, Anchorage, Alaska