Rep. Feige sees job loss on North Slope
Wants state production tax system changed to get more oil into the pipeline; also concerned about viability of AGIA-backed gas line
For Petroleum News
Some of the first words on record for prospective oil tax changes belong to House Resources co-Chairman Eric Feige.
Feige is a pilot who once shuttled North Slope workers to and from Deadhorse and who based his campaign on the need to restructure the state’s tax system.
Last year he was elected to....
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