Alaska agency looks to renew air permit
CIPL executive says action doesnít mean status change for Drift River oil storage facility, closed after 2009 volcanic eruptions
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The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation is proposing to renew an air quality permit for Cook Inlet Pipe Line Co.ís crude oil storage and tanker loading facilities on the west side of Cook Inlet.
The proposed permit, required under the federal Clean Air Act, would regulate potential annua....
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