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TAPS starts first new electric pumps; Agrium writes off Nikiski; Palin slams Exxon; Petro-Canada not going to operate in NPR-A
The startup of the new electric pump system at pump station 9 of the trans-Alaska pipeline has started to bring to fruition the years of work involved in the strategic reconfiguration of the pipeline system.
“We have reached a major milestone in the last couple of days,” Curtis Thomas, spokesperson....
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Palin parries low blow from ExxonMobil
Agrium ‘in essence’ writes off Nikiski facility, but hope lies in gas exploration and coal gasificat
Petro-Canada not going to operate in NPR-A
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