ACES eats $234 million in Conoco profits
Retroactive taxes account for $95 million; company still earns $2.255 billion in Alaska on high prices and steady production
A revised production tax enacted by Alaska lawmakers last year kept $234 million out of ConocoPhillips’ pockets in the final quarter of 2007, the company reported on Jan. 23.
But even with the hit, the major American oil company reported an annual income of $2.255 billion from exploration and produc....
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Conoco first to report impact of ACES
Alaska income down for the quarter
Alaska oil and natural gas production down
Oil prices jumped in fourth quarter
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