BP says it’s not giving up on tax cuts
Minge tells Chamber audience it’s a question of when ACES will change; $100 million in seismic scheduled in anticipation of changes
April 18, the day after the first session of the Alaska Legislature ended — with no oil tax change in sight — John Minge told the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce: “I absolutely believe that the oil taxes in Alaska will change because the tax structure that we have today is not competitive and it’s not....
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