Unocal: Ship more with us and pay less
Declining throughput on pipeline leads one owner to offer discount to shippers willing to commit to move 5,000 barrels per day
Unocal, the company with the smallest share of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline, is looking to discount its shipping rate as a way to compete with the other owners of the pipeline.
The company is asking regulators for permission to cut shipping rates by around 38 percent to any company that commits to....
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