Miller CEO hails Alaska energy climate
Parent company of Cook Inlet Energy announces receipt of $2 million state payment; also recoups $1.5M in tariff deal
For Petroleum News
At least one Alaska oil and gas producer is sounding quite pleased with the state’s energy investment climate.
Tennessee-based Miller Energy Resources, which operates in Alaska via subsidiary Cook Inlet Energy LLC, recently announced it had received a tax credit payment of more than $2 million from....
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