- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 38. Public Land
- Chapter 6. Alaska Royalty Oil and Gas Development Advisory Board
- Section 40. Powers and Duties of the Board.
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AS 38.06.040. Powers and Duties of the Board.
- (a) The board shall
- (1) in accordance with the criteria set out in AS 38.06.070
, develop a plan for the wise development of the state's oil and gas royalty interests; the plan of development shall
be consistent with
- (A) growth of the private sector of the economy;
- (B) environmental standards required by law; and
- (C) public fiscal stability;
- (2) hold public hearings on proposed sales, exchanges, or other disposals of royalty oil or gas to determine whether the
proposals comply with AS 38.06.070
- (3) examine proposed sales, exchanges, or other disposal of, and recommend to the legislature that it approve or
disapprove a proposed sale, exchange, or other disposal of
- (A) the oil or gas that is obtained by the state as royalty under AS 38.05.182; or
- (B) the rights to receive future oil or gas production under state leases; and
- (4) recommend to the commissioner of natural resources the conditions relating to the sale, delivery, transportation,
refining, or processing of oil or gas which the commissioner may include in the offer and sale of oil or gas obtained
by the state as royalty under AS 38.05.182
- (b) The board may
- (1) direct the commissioner of natural resources to solicit development plans or bids consistent with the criteria set out
in AS 38.06.070 for
- (A) the sale, exchange, or other disposal of oil or gas obtained by the state as royalty under AS 38.05.182
- (B) the sale, exchange, or other disposal of all or a portion of the rights to receive future oil or gas production under
a state lease;
- (2) employ an executive director, and contract for the services of professionals, persons with knowledge of economics and
other disciplines, and persons with technical skills who may be necessary to assist the board in the exercise of its
powers and duties; and
- (3) adopt regulations under the Administrative Procedure Act (AS 44.62) that are necessary for the exercise of its powers and duties.
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