Oil tax lock tied to project approval
Alaska Legislature amending administration changes to Stranded Gas Development Act, setting up state pipeline company; work won't be completed during this special session
The production profits tax wasn’t the only firecracker issue in the Alaska Legislature as the first special session of 2006 approached the June 8 end of its 30-day term.
The administration introduced bills related to the gas fiscal contract and the Alaska Natural Gas Development Act May 31.
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