The Kenai Peninsula has the most diverse economy in the state of Alaska. Major industries like oil and gas, commercial fishing and tourism remain strong on the peninsula. Exploration, extraction, storage, processing/manufacturing and transportation are what make up the oil and gas industry.
Five species of salmon, halibut, and three types of crab, shrimp, clams, scallops, herring and various ground fish are traditionally what makes up the commercial harvest and processing of fish in the Kenai Peninsula Borough.
The fasted growing industry in the borough is tourism. The Kenai Peninsula Tourism Marking Council, which was created in 1991, enjoys widespread membership.
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