State, Williams, Flint Hills agree
Will share $1.75 million cost of study, construction schedule for water system extension to North Pole areas hit by sulfolane plume
The State of Alaska, Flint Hills Resources Alaska and Williams Alaska Petroleum have agreed to share equally in costs of preliminary engineering and survey work in North Pole.
The survey work would be to provide a water distribution utility service to homeowners and property affected by the sulfola....
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