RCA clears ways for discontinuing berths
Opening docket to intervening parties and public hearing; without opposition, construction work on tanker berths could start in May
State regulators have cleared the way for the owners of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline to discontinue two Valdez Marine Terminal berths for loading crude oil onto tankers.
The five companies with ownership interests in the pipeline made the request at the end of last year, saying declining throughput....
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