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What others say: Walker's tax credit cut a fair move

...spend $400 million more this year on tax credits than it collected.Under different circumstances, say, $110 per barrel oil, this conversation wouldn't be necessary. When prices are high, there's more than enough money to go around...
What others say: Advance, but cautiously, in Arctic drilling

...seen as a dangerous joke to environmentalists, who worry about a spill and the uninformed public who look at $45 per barrel oil and wonder how it can pay off. To them it seems like a foolish gamble.The truth is serious and sobering. Even with...
Kenai Peninsula residents involved with Walker transition team

...Governor-elect Walker has raised the issue that he certainly realizes that he'd rather not come into office looking at $75 a barrel oil and $3 billion in deficits, but at the same time, that's what the status is. That's why you bring people into...
Upsized ASAP may rattle AK LNG Project

...Alaskans are missing out on.The analysis showed a potential $2.5 billion in new petroleum revenues at an $80-per-barrel oil price, or $4.8 billion a year in new revenues if oil was at $110 per barrel. However, a surprise for lawmakers...
Industry, Revenue challenge Senate oil plan

...change. That means at $120-a-barrel oil, Alaska would lose $2 billion in...problem for companies at $100-a-barrel oil and that the focus should be on adjusting...companies using more than $120-a-barrel oil to plan projects. Charts done by...
Olson's committee pushes for substitute

...original bill after barrel of oil reached the $78-$80 range. For example, under the current PPT law, $87-per-barrel oil generates $4.026 billion. The original ACES bill would have garnered $4.538 billion at that price, while the...
Citizens petition for voter referendum on oil tax change

...120 per barrel is assumed, the revenue loss climbs to $800 million. Similarly, in fiscal year 2018, if a $100 per barrel oil price is used the adverse revenue effect if $375 million. If $120 per barrel is assumed, the adverse effect is...
Senate unveils oil tax plan

...intended to stay fairly constant. Analysis presented by legislative consultants PFC Energy on Tuesday ran up to $200-a-barrel oil. North Slope crude ended Monday at about $122 a barrel. According to a fiscal year 2013 snapshot by PFC Energy, total...
Is special session necessary?: PPT producing more state revenues, helping independent producers

...replace the PPT. The governor's proposal would increase the total government take to 68 percent, based on a $60/barrel oil price and would make Alaska's tax rate the highest in North America and among the highest in the world. Maybe I'm...
Chenault: Oil tax session might extend for the 22.5-percent compromise in 2006. "But at the time I don't think any of us predicted $90-a-barrel oil, so I certainly think the progressivity issue is an issue that needs to be addressed." Progressivity refers to legislative...


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