State planning for shutdowns
Alaska economists put extra weight on potential shutdowns at North Slope fields in crafting state’s fall revenue forecast
Oil production and oil prices are the two big factors for guessing what Alaska revenues from the oil industry will be in a given year, and while state economists have typically underestimated the price of Alaska North Slope crude oil, they have typically overestimated production at North Slope field....
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More ‘proactive’ estimating
Production delays, not production declines
Potential shutdowns not the only factor in production estimates
From an up year to a down year
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