- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 38. Public Land
- Chapter 6. Alaska Royalty Oil and Gas Development Advisory Board
- Section 70. Criteria.
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AS 38.06.070. Criteria.
- (a) In the exercise of its powers under AS 38.06.040
(a) and 38.06.050 the board shall consider
- (1) the revenue needs and projected fiscal condition of the state;
- (2) the existence and extent of present and projected local and regional needs for oil and gas products and by-products,
the effect of state or federal commodity allocation requirements which might be applicable to those products and
by-products, and the priorities among competing needs;
- (3) the desirability of localized capital investment, increased payroll, secondary development and other possible effects
of the sale, exchange, or other disposition of oil and gas or both;
- (4) the projected social impacts of the transaction;
- (5) the projected additional costs and responsibilities which could be imposed upon the state and affected political
subdivisions by development related to the transaction;
- (6) the existence of specific local or regional labor or consumption markets or both which should be met by the
- (7) the projected positive and negative environmental effects related to the transaction; and
- (8) the projected effects of the proposed transaction upon existing private commercial enterprise and patterns of
- (b) When it is economically feasible and in the public interest, the board may recommend to the commissioner of natural
resources, as a condition of the sale of oil or gas obtained by the state as royalty, that
- (1) the oil or gas be refined or processed in the state;
- (2) the purchaser be a refiner who supplies products to the Alaska market with price or supply benefits to state citizens;
- (3) the purchaser construct a processing or refining facility in the state.
- (c) The board shall make a full report to the legislature on each criterion specified in (a) or (b) of this section for
any disposition of royalty oil or gas that requires legislative approval. The board's report shall be submitted for
legislative review at the time a bill for legislative approval of a proposed disposition of royalty oil or gas is
introduced in the legislature.
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