Exploration credits holding steady
Proposed FY 2011 budget has $180M for tax credits, funds in-state and out-of-state gas, variety of other resource-related projects
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The $10.5 billion budget proposed by Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell on Dec. 14 continues to fund many resource development projects started under the Palin administration, and creates several new projects, many focused on expanding infrastructure to improve access.
The proposed fiscal year 2011 budget — w....
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Tax credit funding steady …
… but investment to increase.
Continued funding for efforts
Increasing natural gas
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