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Vol. 24, No.11 Week of March 17, 2019
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


RCA allows Drift River decommissioning

Oil terminal on west side of Cook Inlet no longer needed following implementation of pipeline system for shipping oil across inlet

Alan Bailey

Petroleum News

The Regulatory Commission of Alaska has approved Cook Inlet Pipe Line Co.ís request to be allowed to decommission the Drift River oil terminal on the west coast of Cook Inlet. The terminal has in the past been used to load oil from oil fields on the west side of the inlet onto tankers, for movement....

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