The challenges of AK oil & gas revenues
Future revenue stream depends on where the hydrocarbons are located, who owns the land and the proportion of oil relative to gas
At more than 90 percent of total revenues, the relative contribution of oil and gas taxes and royalties to the state’s coffers is now as high as it has ever been since oil started flowing down the trans-Alaska oil pipeline in 1977, Scott Goldsmith from the University of Alaska Anchorage Institute of....
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Dependence on oil
Gas less valuable
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