With PPT oil tax passed, what’s next?
Administration needs to satisfy Alaska Legislature to move gas contract; industry concerned about tax rate, contract, regulations
By Kristen Nelson
The Alaska Legislature passed — and Gov. Frank Murkowski was scheduled to sign Aug. 19 — a major revision of the state’s oil and gas production tax. The bill passed Aug. 10 was higher than the 20 percent tax on net production profits the governor asked for when he introduced the tax bill in February....
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Administration looking at deadline
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Industry disappointed, looking forward
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