Yukon Flats land assessment drags on
Rising price of oil complicates land appraisals; new USGS data indicates some Doyon land more prospective than previously thought
Appraising the land for a proposed land swap between Doyon Ltd. and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in the Yukon Flats of Interior Alaska is taking quite a long time, primarily because of the effect of rising oil prices on land values, Robert Jess, the manager of the Yukon Flats National Wildlife....
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8.6 million acres
Rising oil price
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