State claims high rates on Kuparuk Pipeline
After terminating decades-old settlement in 2007, state now claiming North Slope pipeline is earning too much through rates
The State of Alaska believes the shipping rates on a North Slope pipeline are unreasonable high.
In a complaint filed with the Regulatory Commission of Alaska in early December, the state argued the intrastate tariff on the Kuparuk Pipeline is nearly 40 percent higher than it should be, and asked th....
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