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Halliburton to cut 9,000 jobs in wake of oil's drop

...from North America, and executives said they expect that revenue to decline from the first quarter to the second.The oil-market decline caused Halliburton to take $1.2 billion in charges in the first quarter, including severance and write-offs...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-04-20/halliburton-to-cut-9000-jobs-in-wake
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Oil on wild ride; how will it end?

...market hasn't had a move that big in more than three years.Predicting prices is especially tricky now because the oil market has never quite looked like this. Oil price collapses of the past were triggered either by plummeting demand or an increase...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-02-10/oil-on-wild-ride-how-will-it-end
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Budget woes highlight the need for a long-term plan

...we as Alaskans have insisted on putting all of our eggs in that basket - and refused to plan for the volatility the oil market is subject to. We've been through this before, yet we refuse to learn from it.Instead, the state essentially lives...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2015-04-18/budget-woes-highlight-the-need-fo
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Walker: Alaska will weather fiscal storm

...months.The average price is estimated at $66 per barrel for next fiscal year, fiscal year 2016.A correction in the oil markets is expected in fiscal year 2017, and prices are estimated at $93 per barrel. In years after that a $90 per barrel...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-12-21/walker-alaska-will-weather-fiscal-st
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What others say: A dwindling appetite for megaprojects

...hydroelectric dam had been shelved during Gov. Bill Sheffield's tenure in the 1980s - the victim of another downturn in the oil market. In 2008, surging revenues prompted Gov. Sarah Palin's administration to restart work on the project. Gov. Sean...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-12-09/what-others-say-a-dwindling-appet
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State expected to use more from savings account than previously thought

...the end of the line,'' Condon said in a statement. For years, Alaska's state budget has ridden the waves of the oil markets. Voters created the Constitutional Budget Reserve in 1990 as a shock absorber to protect state services. Money from...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/120701/ala_120701ala0pm00170001.shtml
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Oil tax tussle

...production and getting the oil to market, paying the pipeline and tanker costs, are now about $20 per barrel and rising. Oil market prices are far above $60 per barrel now and the production tax rate of the state is now close to 50 percent of the net-revenue...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-05-05/oil-tax-tussle
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Researchers, entrepreneurs find use for fish byproduct

...and other diet-related maladies. "We found something even doctors agree on," Lane said. "The growth in the fish oil market, even time during troubled economic times, is 20 percent to 30 percent a year." Lane said his closely guarded extraction...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/050310/new_632494211.shtml
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...Editor ERA boosts safety with flight simulator Trying to resurrect Seward coal export Business Briefs Tight oil markets struggle with Iraqi export shortfalls Dare to dream big: Author, illustrator accomplish goal of publishing book...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/031303/index.shtml
Kenai Peninsula Online - Archives10/10/00

...off Dividend eligibility verification project finds problems Tax cap foes winning fund-raising race Survey: Oil market remains 'on edge' despite improvements Governor meeting with oil executives this week Applause 10 years later...

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