FERC legal team takes sides
Shoots holes in TAPS owners’ claims as tariff litigation moves toward review
By Rose Ragsdale
For Petroleum News
A legal team at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has issued an opinion that owners of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline fighting in a Washington, D.C., court to justify the tariffs they would like to charge shippers, have presented no valid evidence, so far, to support their claims.
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