North Pole refinery threatens shutdown
Possible FERC adjustment to trans-Alaska pipeline tariff could increase royalty oil cost; change in contract would cost state
By Wesley Loy
Anchorage Daily News
The owner of the state’s largest crude oil refinery has threatened to shut down the plant unless it gets a major financial concession from the state.
State officials say Flint Hills Resources, operator of the refinery at North Pole, is asking for a break that could cost the state up to $100 million....
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Flint Hills: company wants price certainty
Much of output is jet fuel
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