RCA to investigate new Beluga tariff
Gas line on west side of Cook Inlet wants shippers to pay to reserve space on line rather than for the volume of gas shipped
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska announced Jan. 26 that it is going to investigate a radically new tariff that Beluga Pipe Line proposes to implement on its gas line on the west side of Cook Inlet. The new tariff involves charging pipeline shippers fees to reserve space on the line, rather than c....
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