Oil patch insider: Oil revenues collected by state of
Alaska total $185B; new BLM head is champion of public lands access
A recent Rigzone article reported that since statehood in 1959, the oil industry has given the state of Alaska approximately $185 billion in revenues, funding as much as 90% of the state’s unrestricted General Fund.
“‘Black Gold’ has supplied 33 percent of Alaska’s jobs and more than 50 percent of t....
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New acting BLM head is champion of public lands access
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