It takes all three “legs” to support our businesses and
households—the Federal Government, the Petroleum Sector,
and all other resources combined! For 20 years now, Alaska’s
prosperous and growing economy has enabled us to
successfully operate private businesses. In today’s uncertain
times, it is essential that each Alaskan understand and actively
support our economy—the “three-legged stool”—in order
to keep it strong.
- Tim Bradner: The evolution of Alaska’s oil taxes
- Tim Bradner: Producers erase decline for FY 2014, Alaska Journal of Commerce
- ISER: Where Did the 2 Billion Go?
- Alaska's Economy, Vol 2 June 2014
- ISER: ACES vs MAPA (SB21): Revenues and Jobs
- AEDC Employment Report May 2014
- The Role of the Oil and Gas Industry in Alaska’s Economy, May 2014
- ISER: Comparing the Old and New Oil Production Tax
- May 1 RDC Breakfast: Featuring Dr. Scott Goldsmith (Part 1 of 2)
- May 1 RDC Breakfast: Featuring Dr. Scott Goldsmith (Part 2 of 2)
- Tim Bradner: Lots of oil remains on the North Slope
- Tim Bradner: New oil taxed differently than old oil
- Tim Bradner: 'New oil' vs. 'old oil' is issue for state / Business/ ADC.com
- Feb 19: UAA Seawolf Debate Team: Should the State of Alaska take an ownership stake in a North Slope gas pipeline project?
- Forecasted gov’t spending cuts could slow state economy - Alaska Journal of Commerce - February Issue 2 2014 - Anchorage, AK
- Tim Bradner: Alaska's evolving oil tax scheme | Business | ADN.com
- LNG 101–No. 10: Outlook for the Future
- LNG 101–No. 9: Spot Market Pricing and Economics
- LNG 101–No. 8: Buyers and Sellers
- LNG 101–No. 7: Role of LNG in World Energy Supply
- LNG 101–No. 6: Terminals: Operating & Under Construction
- LNG 101–No. 5: Regasification Process and Terminals
- LNG 101–No. 4: Shipping LNG Around the Globe
- LNG 101–No. 3: The Upstream Chain
- LNG 101–No. 2: Global Demand on the Rise
- LNG 101–No. 1: What It Is, Who Uses It and Why
- Tax Policy Impact (Alaska Business Magazine, Oct 2013)
- ADN: John Staser: Think twice about the price of shopping at Costco, Walmart
- Alaska Division of Elections
- Federal Spending in Alaska: Running Out of Steam?
- 10 things to consider about oil taxation
- Scott Goldsmith: High Oil Prices Give Alaskans a Second Chance: How Will We Use this Opportunity?
- ABM: Alaska Needs a Plan: It needs it now
- ADN: Our View: The Cliff's Edge is Still There
- CNBC ranks Alaska dead last for business
- State of Alaska: Jan 2010 Unemployment Figures
- Alaska Dispatch: The future of Alaska oil
- ADN: Coming months crucial for state's oil, gas industries
- Roger Marks: Why America May Not See Alaska Natural Gas Soon
- ADN: Return just isn't there for gas pipeline
- ADN: Alaska without oil?
Our PFD relies on Big Oil, too!
The Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) check that most Alaskans receive each year has been a beloved state tradition since 1976.
Did you know that over 20 percent of the Permanent Fund’s top 50 stock holdings is made up of oil and gas companies? When these companies make money, the Fund profits and Alaskans benefit from a good investment. Fostering a healthy, high-performing Permanent Fund is another reason why Alaskans have good reason to celebrate oil and gas companies’ solid financial performance.
· Information provided by the Alaska Oil & Gas Association (AOGA)