Settlement judge to hear pipeline dispute
Regulatory Commission of Alaska hopes for resolution of complaints about CIPLís rate hike; Cook Inlet oil producer reports growth
For Petroleum News
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska has taken action to try to settle protests over a Cook Inlet oil pipeline operatorís recent 259 percent rate increase.
In a 12-page order issued March 22, the RCA appointed a settlement judge, Blythe Marston, to hear the controversy over Cook Inlet Pipe Line Co.ís....
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