Inlet producer open to tariff settlement
Cook Inlet Energy urges regulators to continue formal proceedings on whether pipeline operator’s 259 percent rate increase is proper
For Petroleum News
An oil producer protesting Cook Inlet Pipe Line Co.’s steep tariff increase says it is “willing to participate in any reasonable settlement process,” but it also wants regulators to press on with formal proceedings to determine if the rate is fair.
The producer, Cook Inlet Energy LLC of Anchorage, i....
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