Increasing costs cloud view of prices
As oil prices fall to levels not seen since mid-2000s, costs are becoming more important for assessing the near term in Alaska
Some say Alaska survived $40 oil in the past. Others say $40 ain’t what it used to be.
Unveiling her fiscal year 2010 budget on Dec. 15, Gov. Sarah Palin said oil at $40 to $42 a barrel would have been considered “healthy” a couple of years ago, and even “relatively high, compared to some years.” Sh....
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