Alaska Oil Tax Cut Controversy: A Case Study (In This Era of Information Overload,
Does Our Political System Enable Tall Tales to Triumph?), text accompanied
by slides presented at panel session, "Where Sustainability Meets Policy"
(Society for Applied Anthropology [Albuquerque, New Mexico], March 20, 2014).
United States joins EITI: a case study in theory and practice, The Journal
of World Energy Law & Business (Vol. 7, No. 1, January 2014, pp. 46-62
[Oxford University Press, doi: 10:193/jwelb/jwt030]).
Disappearing Chart and Other Questions the Legislature Failed to Consider when
the Legislative Majority Signed Off on SB 21 In the Last Days of the 2013 Legislative
Session, text accompanied by slides, presented at the Noel Wien Library, Fairbanks
(July 1, 2013 [posted July 25, 2013]).
21 and Petroleum Revenue Policy: Six Subjects Requiring Further Consideration,
independent report (April 4-8, 2013 [posted July 17, 2013]).
Reduced Oil Imports Report: Recent Conservation Gains Outperform Arctic Refuge
Region Oil Potential between 2012 and 2030 by a Twenty-Five to One (25:1) Ratio,
Alaska Wilderness League and Northern Alaska Environmental Center (November 26,
2011 [rev. Jan. 14, 2012]).
a Rational Foundation for Review, Formulation and Implementation of Alaska's Oil
and Gas Fiscal Policy, independent report (April 7, 2011 [rev.]).
Murkowski's Arctic Refuge Directional Drilling Production Claims Exceed Generally
Recognized Estimates of Arctic Refuge Production Potential, But Lack Credible
Geotechnical Support Potential, Alaska Wilderness League (March 31, 2009).
Gains Far Outweigh Petroleum Potential of Exploration on Alaska's Outer Continental
Shelf, Alaska Wilderness League, The Wilderness Society and World Wildlife
Fund (March 23, 2009).
Perspectives on Oil and Gas Drilling in the North Aleutian Basin: Recent EIA Data
Show Dramatic Decline in Actual and Forecast Oil Imports; Conservation Gains Far
Outweigh North Aleutian Basin (Bristol Bay) Oil Production Potential, World
Wildlife Fund (Feb. 12, 2009).
Drilling on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Coastal Plain: Economic Perspectives
on a Misguided Distraction from the Nation's Energy Crisis - Recent EIA Data Show
Actual and Forecast Oil Imports Are Declining; Conservation Gains Far Outweigh
Arctic Refuge Production Potential, Alaska Wilderness League (Jan. 22, 2009).
Questions: Critical Questions about the State's Findings on the TransCanada AGIA
Proposal to Deliver North Slope Natural Gas to Commercial Markets, Alaska
Public Interest Research Group (July 22, 2008).
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: Independent Analysis of
Revenue Projections and Related National Energy Issues, U.S. House of Representatives
(September 14, 2005).
Profitability and Economic Viability of Alaska North Slope and Associated
Pipeline Operations, Prince William Sound Regional Citizens' Advisory
Council (April 27, 2005).
Bonus Payments from Proposed Leasing on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Coastal
Plain Greatly Exceed North Slope Historical Trends, Alaska Wilderness League
(January 15, 2005 [revised]).
Much Is Enough? Estimated Industry Profits from Alaska North Slope Production
and Associated Pipeline Operations, 1993 - 1998 (Preliminary Report), Oilwatch
Alaska (Dec. 9, 1998).*
Alaska North Slope Production Prospects: Preliminary Analysis, for the Northern
Alaska Environmental Center (February 22, 1995).*
North Slope Oil Profits and Proposed Environmental Mitigation Measures,
for presentation to the N. American Conference, International Association
for Energy Economics (1993; updated August 1994).*
Current and Future Cook Inlet Production Profits: A Preliminary Assessment, Cook
Inlet Regional Citizens Advisory Council (1994).*
Slope Profits and Production Prospects, Alaska State Legislature
Slope Production Prospects, 1990-2010, Alaska State Legislature
Oil and Gas Revenue Disputes: Status Report and Recommendations, Alaska State
Between RCA's 2002 TAPS Tariff Order and State's 1985 Pipeline Tariff Agreement
Costs State More Than $400 per Minute,
Alaska Budget Report (Feb. 28, 2007).
Pipeline System Dismantling, Removal and Restoration (DR&R): Background Report
and Recommendations, prepared for the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens'
Advisory Council (June 24, 2004).
Big Squeeze: TAPS and the Departure of Major Oil Companies Who Found
Oil on Alaska's North Slope, Oilwatch Alaska (October 1997).*
Hidden Billions: The TAPS DR&R Provision, under contract to Stan Stephens,
Valdez, Alaska (1992).*
The 1985 TAPS Tariff Settlement: A Case Study in the
Effects of Confidentiality on Information Available to Decision Makers (supplemental
report to "Oil and Gas Revenue Disputes"), Alaska State Legislature
Pipeline System Strategic Reconfiguration: A Narrative Case Study, Alaska
Forum for Environmental Responsibility and the Alaska Wilderness League (June
Emperor's New Hose: How Big Oil Gets Rich Gambling with Alaska's Environment,
Alaska Forum for Environmental Responsibility (June 2002).*
in Peril: A Status Report on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Alaska Forum
for Environmental Responsibility
in Peril: Alaska At Risk on the 20th Anniversary of the Trans-Alaska
Pipeline, Alaska Forum for Environmental Responsibility (update
report, June 5, 1997).*
Problems: Chronology of Events Affecting Alaska's Petroleum Operations
Since September 2006 Hearings, Alaska Forum for Environmental Responsibility
and Alaska Wilderness League. (May 15, 2007 [update to March 15, 2006
and Sept. 3, 2006 reports]).
Evidence Mounts from Alaska and Elsewhere that BP's Inadequate North Slope Performance
Should Have Been No Surprise to Public Officials or Monitors - North Slope Corrosion
Problems Fit Industry Pattern: Substandard Performance on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline
and Elsewhere in Alaska Places Workers, Environment and Nation's Oil Supply at
Undue Risk, Alaska Forum for Environmental Responsibility (Sept. 3, 2006).
(Update to March 15, 2006 report.).
North Slope Spill Reveals A History of Substandard Environmental Performance,
Alaska Forum for Environmental Responsibility (March 15, 2006).
Corporation, Its Alaska Operations and the 1989 Exxon Valdez Oil Spill:
Background Report, prepared for the Alaska Wilderness League (March 2004).
the Pipe and Pass the Money: Facts and Reflections on Big Oil in Alaska
Ten Years after the Exxon Valdez Spill, by Research Associates,
Ester, Alaska (March 1999).*