State proposes ROW change for CIGGS
Change will allow Hilcorp to use one CIGGS line for shipping oil under Cook Inlet to eliminate need for the Drift River terminal
The Alaska State Pipeline Coordinator’s Section is proposing to approve a change to the right-of-way agreements for two Cook Inlet gas pipelines, to allow the lines to carry oil rather than gas. The right-of-way changes are required as part of Hilcorp Alaska’s Cross Inlet Extension Project, a projec....
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