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Alaska Public
Alaska EditionSome of the stories they will talk about this week include: the Senate Resource
Alaska Edition
Alaska Public / Posted 12 days ago
Some of the stories they will talk about this week include: the Senate Resources Committee hears voluminous testimony on natural gas and potential gas lines; a former Lisa Murkowski aide Arne Fuglvog remains in the spotlight; new trials for former... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Proposed bill would cut Cook Inlet oil, gas tax creditsin 2017. The current law is 55 percent for developers and 30 percent for produc
Proposed bill would cut Cook Inlet oil, gas tax credits
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 21 days ago
in 2017. The current law is 55 percent for developers and 30 percent for producers. The substitute bill, generated by the Senate Resources Committee, is the most drastic of the proposed changes on the table, the only one that would cut the Cook... Read more
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Alaska Public
Industry calls Senate oil tax credit bill “bad for Alaska”on the North Slope, after five years. Those lower taxes are a key part of the c
Industry calls Senate oil tax credit bill “bad for Alaska”
Alaska Public / Posted 21 days ago
on the North Slope, after five years. Those lower taxes are a key part of the current system. As the bill left the Senate resources committee, Chair Cathy Giessel, R-Anchorage, who is generally sympathetic to the industry, said nobody is... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Walker not sure legislators can wrap fiscal work by Sundayplanned to consider amendments to its rewrite of Walker’s bill late Tuesday, af
Walker not sure legislators can wrap fiscal work by Sunday
Juneau Empire / Posted 21 days ago
planned to consider amendments to its rewrite of Walker’s bill late Tuesday, after previous delays in floor action. The Senate Resources Committee, meanwhile, unveiled a rewrite of its own this week that would phase out credits for Cook Inlet... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Walker not sure legislators can wrap fiscal work by Sundayplanned to consider amendments to its rewrite of Walker’s bill late Tuesday, af
Walker not sure legislators can wrap fiscal work by Sunday
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 22 days ago
planned to consider amendments to its rewrite of Walker’s bill late Tuesday, after previous delays in floor action. The Senate Resources Committee, meanwhile, unveiled a rewrite of its own this week that would phase out credits for Cook Inlet... Read more
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Alaska Public
Caelus Energy announces major cuts, sharply criticizes Walker oil tax billcoal mine,” Musselman wrote. On Saturday morning, Caelus senior vice president
Caelus Energy announces major cuts, sharply criticizes Walker oil tax bill
Alaska Public / Posted 25 days ago
coal mine,” Musselman wrote. On Saturday morning, Caelus senior vice president Pat Foley testified emotionally before the Senate Resources committee, which is considering the governor’s oil tax bill. “On Monday I’m going to have the very... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
More Alaskans testifying before Legislatureour renewable natural resources," she said. Those comments, and others, appear
More Alaskans testifying before Legislature
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 26 days ago
our renewable natural resources," she said. Those comments, and others, appeared to pay off. The bill withered away in the Senate Resources Committee, in large part because of organizing between 2013 and 2014, said Rep. Andy Josephson, an Anchorage... Read more
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Alaska Public
Alaskans are testifying more than ever… but does it matter?hours of public testimony at hearings in mid-March 2014. And soon, their loud
Alaskans are testifying more than ever… but does it matter?
Alaska Public / Posted 29 days ago
hours of public testimony at hearings in mid-March 2014. And soon, their loud efforts paid off. The bill withered away in Senate Resources Committee, in large part, says Rep. Andy Josephson, because of grass-roots organizing in the interim between... Read more
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Alaska Public
At low prices, North Slope production taxes could drop to zeroto avoid what he called a coming “calamity.” The House Finance committee is cu
At low prices, North Slope production taxes could drop to zero
Alaska Public / Posted 1 months ago
to avoid what he called a coming “calamity.” The House Finance committee is currently hearing the oil tax credit bill, House Bill 247. The Senate Resources committee will begin discussing the House bill, along with Senate Bill 130, this... Read more

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