- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 43. Revenue and Taxation
- Chapter 90. Alaska Gasline Inducement Act
- Section 330. Inducement Vouchers.
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AS 43.90.330. Inducement Vouchers.
- (a) A person that acquires firm transportation capacity in the first binding open season of the project, that
does not hold an oil and gas lease on the North Slope, and that is not an affiliate of a person that holds an oil and gas lease on the
North Slope may apply to the commissioners for a voucher under this section. A voucher issued by the commissioners must describe the
firm transportation capacity in the project to which the voucher is applicable.
- (b) A voucher issued by the commissioners under this section entitles the holder of the voucher to the resource
inducements in AS 43.90.310 and 43.90.320 for gas shipped in the firm transportation capacity acquired by
the person applying for the voucher during the first binding open season of the project and described in the voucher. The voucher may be
transferred to a gas producer that has a binding obligation to sell gas to the person transferring the voucher under a gas purchase
- (c) A gas producer holding a voucher may claim the resource inducements for gas shipped through the firm
transportation capacity described in the voucher and only on gas that is produced and delivered to the purchaser on the North Slope. A
gas producer may claim the resource inducements under this subsection until the earlier of the termination of the binding gas purchase
agreement or the expiration of the inducements by operation of law.
- (d) A person that receives a voucher under this section and a gas producer that receives resource inducements
under a voucher shall agree that the person and the gas producer and their respective affiliates, successors, assigns, or agents will
not protest or appeal a filing by the licensee to roll in mainline expansion costs up to the level that the licensee is required to
propose and support under AS 43.90.130(7) if the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission does not have a
rebuttable presumption in effect that rolled-in treatment applies to the cost of the expansion of the project. The agreement required
under this subsection may not preclude the person or gas producer or their respective affiliates, successors, assigns, or agents from
protesting a filing to roll in mainline expansion costs that the licensee is not required to propose and support under AS 43.90.130 (7).
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