Walker administration to ask Permanent Fund to consider investing in oil tax credits

September 2, 2016

Alaska Dispatch News, Alex DeMarban, September 1, 2016 The Walker administration plans to ask the Alaska Permanent Fund board an unusual question Friday: Would the corporation be interested in investing in oil and gas tax credits issued by the state? [Read More]

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Commission Must Revisit Alaska Oil Valuation

September 1, 2016

Courthouse News Service, Jack Bouboushian, August 31, 2016 A refiner raised a valid issue with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s method for valuing crude oil that flows through the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System, the D.C. Circuit ruled. [Read More]

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State readies to take over AK LNG from Slope producers

September 1, 2016

Alaska Journal of Commerce, Elwood Brehmer, August 31, 2016 A study commissioned by three of the four Alaska LNG Project participants suggests alternative financing options currently being investigated could improve the project’s global competitiveness amid today’s lower energy prices. [Read More]

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Walker’s budget vetoes placate S&P for now

September 1, 2016

Alaska Journal of Commerce, Elwood Brehmer, August 31, 2016 S&P Global Ratings analysts liked Gov. Bill Walker’s $1.3 billion in budget vetoes enough to back off of earlier indications the agency would continue to downgrade the state’s credit rating if lawmakers didn’t make major progress towards balancing the state’s budget this year. [Read More]

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Alaska’s attorney general looks for creative solutions to address crime amid budget cuts

August 24, 2016

Alaska Dispatch News, Alex DeMarban and Nathaniel Herz, August 23, 2016 The state recently welcomed a new attorney general at a time of steep budget cuts and looming changes in how Alaska will address crime and the state’s relationship with Alaska Natives. [Read More]

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