...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...
A citizen group dissatisfied with the Legislature's action to reduce oil taxes earlier this year handed petitions with 50,000 signatures to state election officials July 13 calling for a voter referendum to repeal the law.
John Minge is spending a lot of time these days talking to BP's Alaska employees about the Gulf of Mexico tragedy, reassuring them that the company, as beset as it is, still has a solid business in Alaska.
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