O&G about 4% of Alaska’s payroll jobs
Labor department economist Neal Fried says this is only producers, oilfield service companies; other direct O&G jobs not counted
Concern over lost jobs related to oil and gas in Alaska has been a major driver in discussions about whether changes need to be made in the current production tax, Alaska’s Clear and Equitable Share, ACES.
Economist Neal Fried, with the Research Section of the Alaska Department of Labor and Workfor....
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Employment not counted as oil and gas
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