KEITHLEY CONSULTING:  PROVIDING INSIGHT INTO ALASKA’S OIL, GAS & FISCAL ISSUES

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Keithley Consulting, LLC is an Alaska-based and focused consultancy concentrating on regulatory, commercial and fiscal issues affecting the Alaska oil & gas industry.

The firm regularly provides confidential advice and analysis to clients evaluating, pursuing, or providing financial support to those investing in the Alaska oil & gas sector.  As part of its involvement in the industry, the firm also regularly publishes the publicly available e-newspaper, “Alaska Oil & Gas Daily,” and more opinion and analytical-driven blog, “Thoughts on Alaska Oil & Gas.”

The firm was founded and is headed by Brad Keithley, previously a Partner and Co-Head of the Oil & Gas Practice at global law firms Jones Day and Perkins Coie.  He brings to the role over 20 years’ experience in Alaska, and 35 years’ globally, on oil, gas and fiscal matters.  Keithley also brings to the firm additional perspective from his current position as a member of the Board of the Arctic-focused Institute of the North and founder of the group, Alaskans for Sustainable Budgets.

For more information, visit the website www.bgkeithley.com or contact Brad Keithley at bgkeithley@keithleyconsulting.com.

 

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