Hilcorp seeks RCA Drift River approval
Wants to discontinue use of terminal and associated infrastructure following startup of pipeline oil transportation under Cook Inlet
Cook Inlet Pipe Line Co., a subsidiary of Hilcorp Alaska, has asked the Regulatory Commission of Alaska to authorize the permanent decommissioning of the Drift River Terminal and its associated infrastructure on the west side of Cook Inlet. Hilcorp is engaged in a project to reconfigure its Cook Inl....
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