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Vol. 7, No. 49 Week of December 08, 2002
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Setting a standard

Boyd outlines what Alaska must do to get back in the oil and gas game; says permitting can be fixed in much the same way access to land was fixed

Kristen Nelson

PNA Editor-in-Chief

Some of the “players” may be changing as independent oil and gas companies come to Alaska, but the state’s oil and gas “game” must work for all players and it must be competitive with the game worldwide. And part of Alaska’s oil and gas game, the permitting part, needs to be fixed. That was the me....

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Areawide sales

Main risk used to be geology

Permitting the greatest risk

Where to start?

Company execs talk about land and facilities access, taxes, permitting at RDC conference


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