Governor wants roads to rev up economy in ’05
Murkowski’s package includes roads to Point Thomson and the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska; extended North Slope drilling season; exploration incentives for Bristol Bay areawide sale lessees; and $30 million for gas pipeline work
Petroleum News Contributing Writer
Gov. Frank H. Murkowski’s aggressive plans to rev up resource development in 2005 may encounter opposition in the Alaska Legislature on both sides of the aisle unless he is careful to craft fiscally and environmentally conservative strategies for achieving his goals, lawmakers say.
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Winter season to be extended
Approval depends on plans to fund
Bristol Bay areawide sale
$30 million for gas pipeline work
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