- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 43. Revenue and Taxation
- Chapter 90. Alaska Gasline Inducement Act
- Section 450. Assignments.
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AS 43.90.450. Assignments.
- (a) A licensee may transfer all or part of the license, including the rights and obligations arising under the
license, if, after publishing notice of the proposed transfer, providing notice to the presiding officer of each house of the
legislature, and providing a period of not less than 30 days for public review and comment,
- (1) the transfer is approved in writing in advance by the commissioners; and
- (2) the transfer does not increase or diminish the obligations created by the license or diminish the likelihood
of success of the project or the net present value of the license to the state.
- (b) Notwithstanding the commissioners' approval of a transfer of all or part of a license under (a) of this
section, the transferor of the license remains subject to the requirements of AS 43.90.220 regarding all state money received by the licensee before the
effective date of the transfer.
- (c) A person may transfer that person's rights to the royalty inducement under AS 43.90.310 and the gas production tax exemption under AS 43.90.320 only in connection with a sale or merger that results in
transfer of all the person's assets in the North Slope along with the person's firm transportation capacity contracts in the project.
- (d) Except for the transfer of a voucher to a producer under AS 43.90.330(b), a person receiving a voucher under AS 43.90.330 based on the person's acquisition of firm transportation
capacity in the first binding open season of the project may transfer the voucher only if the transfer is in connection with the
permanent assignment by the person of 100 percent of the firm transportation capacity acquired in the first binding open season of the
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