Flint Hills oil supply contract offered
Alaska proposes to sell up to 30,000 barrels a day of North Slope royalty crude to North Pole refinery operator in five-year deal
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Alaska officials are proposing a new contract to sell state royalty oil to Flint Hills Resources, which operates one of the state’s largest refineries near Fairbanks.
The state natural resources commissioner already has made a preliminary “best interest finding” in support of the contract.
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Existing contract expires in 2014
The state’s share
No bargain oil
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