Alaska revenue outlook offers mixed bag
State spring forecast calls for slow decline in oil prices, short-term increase in production and temporarily higher unrestricted revenue
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Adhering to its trademark caution, the Alaska Department of Revenue has projected a drop in Alaska North Slope oil prices and a modest jump in ANS crude production for the coming year.
In a semi-annual forecast of Alaska’s revenue outlook released May 1, Revenue Commissioner Patrick Galvin said the....
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ANS crude prices to decline
Natural gas outlook uncertain
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