Industry less and less happy with ACES
Companies tell Senate Finance that more taxes will lower, not raise, investment levels; bill includes more than two increases
Industry representatives were glum when they testified at Senate Finance Nov. 14. They’d had less than 24 hours to look through the committee substitute for Senate Bill 2001, the evolving bill that began life in mid-October, at the beginning of the 30-day special session of the Alaska Legislature, a....
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ConocoPhillips: higher taxes will impact investment
BP: visible and invisible increases
Chevron: from half a million to $1.5-$2.5 billion
Pioneer: industry disagrees with consultants on effect
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