BP seeks approval for new cost method
Trans-Alaska oil pipeline carriers want FERCís help with rates; settlement efforts fail in long-running interstate tariffs dispute
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Fed up with losing money, the company with the largest ownership stake in the trans-Alaska oil pipeline has asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to approve a new method for allocating the cost of operating the 800-mile conduit in interstate shipping rates.
BP Pipelines (Alaska) Inc., which....
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Effort to reach agreement
Koch, Unocal seek interstate rate changes
Settlement proceedings fizzle
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