Kurt Olson sees inlet changes as model
Says SB 21 necessary to make state more competitive; cites changes in Cook Inlet, resulting growth in industry in that part of state
For Petroleum News
House Rep. Kurt Olson arrived in Juneau in 2005, just in time for spirited debates on oil taxes, an issue that prevails still today with an upcoming referendum to repeal the recently passed reform Senate Bill 21. He brings to the table some institutional knowledge about oil taxes, natural gas pipeli....
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