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According to an op-ed by Alaska Oil and Gas Association (AOGA) President and CEO Kara Moriarty, "Given the tough budget conversation underway in our state, it's not surprising that some people are once again trying to put oil taxes in the spotlight." Alaska has seen more than seven oil and gas tax policy changes in the last fourteen years, and under the ACES tax regime oil production declined by approximately 169,000 barrels per day.
Zinke's order, signed at the Alaska Oil and Gas Association annual conference, directs his agency to develop a revised Integrated Activity Plan for the NPR-A that "strikes an appropriate statutory balance of promoting development while protecting surface resources." It directs the assistant secretaries of Land and Minerals Management and Water and Science to submit a joint plan with an updated assessment of undiscovered, technically recoverable oil and natural gas resources of the North Slope.
* The Alaska Oil and Gas Association Conference and Exhibit Hall is tentatively scheduled for May 30 at the Dena'ina Civic and Convention Center.
"For every direct job at an oil and gas company, there are nine more jobs generated in the state, and no other industry in the state has that kind of multiplier effect," said Kara Moriarty, executive director of the Alaska Oil and Gas Association. "Economists estimate that our economy would be half the size it is today without oil/gas.
Alaska Oil and Gas Association (AOGA) President and CEO Kara Moriarty explains that a variety of products are made from Alaska oil at in-state refineries.
That notice is the first step in a long process to conduct the lease sales, says Kara Moriarty, Alaska Oil and Gas Association president and CEO.
After years of gloomy reports of falling production, state budget deficits, job losses, and a half-empty trans-Alaska pipeline, Alaska's Department of Oil and Gas revenue and production forecast offered some much-needed good news for Alaska, according to Kara Moriarty, Alaska Oil and Gas Association president and CEO.
The state's faltering oil and gas production has led to the loss of 6,000 jobs and the prices of commodities have lowered the state's GDP, says Kara Moriarty, president and CEO of the Alaska Oil and Gas Association. "It's no secret that Alaska's economy is an oil based economy with one-third of all jobs in Alaska attributed to the industry and over a third of private sector wages," she says.
Who better to give us all some much-needed insight than BP, ConocoPhillips, and the Alaska Oil and Gas Association (AOGA)?
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