Dark inches ahead, bright mile beyond
Economist says oil price fundamentals havenít changed: demand expected to grow, dollar expected to fall, prices expected to rise; long-term growth should be good for Alaska
The future for oil and gas is bright, but only for those looking far enough down the road.
While sinking oil prices cloud the short-term view of the industry, a generally declining dollar and consistent long-term growth in global demand should be good for Alaska, according to Jonathan King with Nort....
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