DALLAS — Louisiana’s Coastal Protection and Restoration Financing Corp. is asking for help in its quest to issue debt based on hundreds of million of dollars in offshore energy royalties that won’t begin flowing into the state treasury for another seven years.

The special-purpose public corporation on Monday voted to ask the State Bond Commission for its advice in selecting underwriters and an econometric consultant to help determine the amount of annual royalty revenues it can expect and how to issue bonds that would be supported by those revenues.

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