Gas tax reduces progressivity
ACES base tax, royalties on gas would increase revenues; lower value of gas per boe would reduce progressivity surcharge
Alaska’s production tax on natural gas may need to be changed to accommodate a major gas sale from the North Slope, but as it stands now, it would benefit companies selling both oil and gas by reducing the overall progressivity surcharge.
That was the conclusion Deputy Revenue Commissioner Marcia D....
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