Refinery’s struggles cause for concern
If Flint Hills’ North Pole refinery ceases operations, the Alaska Railroad and the Anchorage airport would both be hit hard
Anchorage Daily News
A shutdown of the Flint Hills Resources refinery at North Pole has potential to rattle the Anchorage economy, and state officials are working with the company to find a way to keep the plant going.
Flint Hills, part of Kansas-based Koch Industries Inc., has indicated its aging refinery is struggling....
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No sweetheart deal
Might the state simply buy the refinery?
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