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May Issue 4 2014

Playing TAPS: Annual dispute turns political

A state tax assessment board concluded four days of contentious hearings May 15 on valuation of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System for state and local property taxes.

Decisions upcoming for C-P projects in NPR-A May Issue 4 2014

Decisions upcoming for C-P projects in NPR-A

May Issue 4 2014

Nikiski residents have questions about proposed LNG plant

May Issue 2 2014

ISER backs Revenue on tax impact

Scott Goldsmith, the University of Alaska’s venerated senior economist, has stepped into the political snake pit of the oil tax repeal debate.

Conditions attached to UA power plant, railroad funding May Issue 2 2014

Conditions attached to UA power plant, railroad funding

With the promise of $182 million on the way, the University of Alaska Fairbanks is getting started on its new combined heat and power plant.

May Issue 2 2014

$5.4M sale has first AK Peninsula bids since ‘07

Bidding was modest at the state’s annual Cook Inlet and Alaska Peninsula “areawide” lease sales May 7, with bids coming from independent companies and most of those in Cook Inlet from companies already established there.