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Too much noise

...Court says money is speech. With the chance of losing the biggest tax break of the new century to Ballot Proposition 1, oil giants ConocoPhillips, BP, and ExxonMobil are making it seem more like money is screech. The Supreme Court also says corporations...
Asleep at the wheel

...corporate veils? What about the bureaucrats and politicians who failed the public trust by looking the other way while the oil giants broke all the rules? Until corporations and the human beings behind them can be held accountable for their wrongdoing...
Governor needs to straighten out tax mess

...oil company tax checks were less than expected by state revenue head-scratchers. I happened to think how fond the oil giants were of hanky-panky Frank. Didn't he shepherd the current tax to our planet? An 800 percent rise in crude prices...
CIRI, Seldovia Native Association, others bank on growth

...varied. For instance, the corporation holds substantial subsurface mineral rights on the Kenai Peninsula on which the oil giants Marathon and Unocal currently are drilling for gas and oil. It also owns Kenai Fjords Tours and the Seward Windsong...
Indictments cloud Legislature

...version of a pipeline construction deal with ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips and BP, a bill that eventually failed. The oil giants and VECO lobbied hard for the pipeline deal, as they did for the PPT. As Senate Majority Leader, Gary Stevens? job...
BP, Conoco pitch gas pipeline

...license, ConocoPhillips and BP will move their natural gas pipeline project forward, according to executives from the two oil giants. Speaking to about 120 people attending a joint meeting of the support industry Alliance and the Kenai and Soldotna...
Time to get state aboard pipeline project

...plans to move their project forward means it's silly to squabble over any other projects, especially with the two oil giants forking out $600 million to build up a new cost estimate for the project, as well as permitting. Does the state's...


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