Analysis by IHS Markit of Alaska’s competitiveness in oil and gas markets both domestically and internationally. This presentation also assesses Alaska’s future competition for investment in the face of the 2020 ballot measure. Presented at a Commonwealth North event by Irena Agalliu, Vice President, IHS Markit — an expert in international energy law and economics, worldwide fiscal arrangements, commercial risk, and aboveground risk investment-related issues. Click HERE for presentation recording.
The Alaska Oil and Gas Association (AOGA) contracted with McDowell Group to assess the role of the oil and gas industry in Alaska’s private and public sector economies. The study covers six geographic locations: Municipality of Anchorage, Fairbanks North Star Borough, Kenai Peninsula Borough, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, North Slope Borough, and the City of Valdez. The economic impact analysis was based on detailed 2018 employment, payroll, and spending data provided by 17 Primary Companies in Alaska’s oil and gas industry.
Answers to frequently asked questions prepared by the McDowell Group regarding the 2020 economic impact report, “The Role of the Oil and Gas Industry in Alaska’s Economy.”
A PowerPoint presentation summary by McDowell Group of the 2020 economic impact report, “The Role of the Oil and Gas Industry in Alaska’s Economy.”
AOGA issue brief outlining the State of Alaska refundable oil and gas tax credit program, including background, purpose, outstanding balance, and critical importance to future Alaska investments that the State honor its commitment and fund at least the statutory minimum appropriation in the FY22 budget.
AOGA white paper walking through the details of the “per barrel credit,” an integral component of Alaska’s oil and gas tax production tax system that helps to keep Alaska competitive.
One-page fact sheet prepared by AOGA on the “per barrel credit,” an integral component of Alaska’s oil and gas tax production tax system that helps to keep Alaska competitive.
AOGA position paper covering the history of the Oil and Hazardous Substance Release Response Fund (aka 470 Fund), how the fund has been used, and why AOGA opposes a per barrel surcharge increase.