Exxon asks for TAPS tariff increase
Exxon wants 22 percent bump to offset declining throughput, represents relatively small revenue recovery, asks for consolidation
For Petroleum News
ExxonMobil has asked state regulators to increase the rate it charges to ship oil on the trans-Alaska oil pipeline to in-state destinations by about 22 percent.
The request makes Exxon the third of the five owners of the 800-mile pipeline to ask for an increase to intrastate shipping rates in 2010.....
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