Exxon seeking 26 percent TAPS increase
Regulatory Commission of Alaska now managing 16 overlapping rate cases from four of the five TAPS carriers since late 2008
For Petroleum News
ExxonMobil has once again asked state regulators to increase the rate it charges to ship crude oil on the trans-Alaska oil pipeline to destinations in the state by about 26 percent.
Exxon is proposing to charge $3.87 to ship a barrel of oil from the North Slope to North Pole and as much as $6.10 to....
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