BP asks FERC to help recover costs
Four owners fight to keep $35 million in pipeline expenses, though commission approved settlement of 2008 rate dispute in April
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The company with the largest ownership stake in the trans-Alaska oil pipeline is continuing to pursue its quest to recoup unpaid expenses it incurred between 2005 and 2008 under a new “pooling” method for allocating interstate shipping costs among owners of the 800-mile conduit.
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