The NPC just launched a website and executive summary of the report: Arctic Potential: Realizing the Promise of U.S. Oil and Gas Resources.
The NPC report appears to largely gloss over the role of further fossil fuel dependence on climate change, or the potentially catastrophic consequences of an oil spill in the Arctic.
The first mention of climate change appears to refer to “concern about the future of the culture of the Arctic peoples and the environment in the face of changing climate and increased human activity,” but doesn't mention the role of fossil fuels in driving those changes. Instead, the report immediately pivots to focus on “increasing interest in the Arctic for tourist potential, and reductions in summer ice provide an increasing opportunity for marine traffic.”
Watch the NPC's video introduction announcing the report:
There is also a Twitter feed @NPCArcticReport to follow for updates. Among the first 30 followers of that feed are the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Institute for 21st Century Energy; ExxonMobil Alaska; Shell's Arctic Campaign Manager, Paul Hagel and Statoil's Arctic communications staffer, Erik Haaland.