Robert S. McIntyre, Citizens for Tax Justice. This is the second edition of The Hidden Entitlements, Citizens for Tax Justice’s comprehensive analysis of the hundreds of government entitlement programs hidden in the federal tax code.
Produced by Revenue Watch of the Open Society Institute, the Center for Policy Studies at Central European University, and the International Budget Project. Guidance manual for how to track oil and gas revenues using government budget documents.
Amy Taylor, Matthew Bramley, and Mark Winfield, The Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development. This report, commissioned by the Climate Action Network Canada, identifies and quantifies federal government expenditure on Canada's oil and gas sector. It also investigates both federal and provincial support for oil sands developments. Useful information, though the subsidy numbers were lower than expected for resource-rich Canada. There may be programs or subsidy types that have not yet been counted.
Jenny Wahl for the Institute for Local Self Reliance. Overview of the external costs of petroleum not included in the market price, including tax breaks, oil security, and environmental and health effects.
June 3, 2007. "Myths About that $3.18 Per Gallon," by Lisa Margonelli, Washington Post Outlook Section.