Senate Finance works decoupling bill
Committee substitute for bill expected to address cost allocation between oil and gas, tighter title, effective date of decoupling
Dividing costs between oil and gas would be a big consideration if the two were decoupled for production tax purposes, Alaska Commissioner of Revenue Pat Galvin told the Alaska Senate’s Finance Committee March 12.
Allocation of costs was one of the things Finance Co-Chair Bert Stedman, R-Sitka, tol....
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