State looks to sew up royalty oil deal
Under proposed five-year contract, Flint Hills Resources would buy up to 30,000 barrels of crude per day for North Pole refinery
For Petroleum News
The administration of Gov. Sean Parnell is seeking legislative approval for the sale of state royalty oil to Alaska’s largest refinery.
Under a proposed five-year contract, the crude would go to Flint Hills Resources, operator of the refinery at North Pole, near Fairbanks.
As of April 3, the state S....
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Contract worth billions
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