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Senate urges $6 billion oil investment on North Slope

...jump in capital spending. "It's got to happen over the next four years or so," said Chuck Logsdon, chief petroleum economist for the Department of Revenue. The department's spring forecast, released April 15, shows West Sak starting...
North Slope crude oil production plunges, cutting into state revenue

...It would be nice if we were producing 1 million barrels a day at $40 a barrel," said Chuck Logsdon, chief petroleum economist with the Department of Revenue. But, he added, "Obviously that oil is not going anywhere." If North Slope...
Flow of North Slope crude picks up

...about 20 percent below projections but headed in the right direction, said Chuck Logsdon, the state's chief petroleum economist. "We're still kind of where we were, but we're picking up barrels every day," Logsdon said Tuesday. North...
Public packs debate on initiatives

...Measure 2 would add cost and risk to the project, and likely produce a drawn-out legal challenge. Roger Marks, a petroleum economist for the state, said the ballot measure is wrong for Alaska because there is evidence that the producers are serious...
Oil income to keep state coffers full

...can contribute $10 to $15 per barrel premium to oil prices, according to recently retired Revenue Department petroleum economist Chuck Logsdon. "We're talking about the usual suspects: Iraq, where there is a very active insurgency that...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...HOLST THE JUNEAU EMPIRE Alaska oil prices set a record in 1998 - they've never been worse. Chuck Logsdon, chief petroleum economist for the Department of Revenue, said the average annual price of a barrel of Alaska North Slope crude delivered...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...about 29,000 barrels a day. "For Cook Inlet, that's some nice oil," said Chuck Logsdon, state's chief petroleum economist. Redoubt Shoal could reverse the long decline in Cook Inlet oil production. In the 1960s, Amoco drilled at Redoubt...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...2005, 2010. These charts don't make it look too promising for Alaska.'' Chuck Logsdon, the state's chief petroleum economist, said the basics of the presentations were how he's been thinking as he gets ready to predict oil prices for...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...and Oman will reduce production by an additional 388,000 barrels a day. Chuck Logsdon, the state's chief petroleum economist, said oil traders also have bid up prices because supplies of gasoline and diesel fuel are getting tighter. Prices...
Juneau Empire Story Archive the state will need to pull from savings accounts to help pay for government. Chuck Logsdon, the chief petroleum economist for the state Department of Revenue, said oil prices are higher than he thought they'd be this far into the...


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