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Vol. 16, No. 16 Week of April 17, 2011
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Lowest tariff in Alaska from big line

Shippers of natural gas on a pipeline from the North Slope to Lower 48 markets would pay most of tariff, in-state users much less

Bill White

Researcher/Writer for the Office of the Federal Coordinator

Alaskans who draw North Slope natural gas from the proposed large-volume pipeline would pay only a tiny fraction of the multibillion-dollar projectís construction and operating cost. Thatís because of long-standing federal and state laws that say gas shippers should pay for only the proportion of th....

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Alaskaís small volume

How much for in-state use?

How the pipeline pricing would work

An illustration

Local gas distribution prices differently


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