Fledgling producer protests tariff hike
Cook Inlet Energy, having just bought a package of oil and gas properties, fights pipeline company’s 259 percent rate increase
For Petroleum News
Less than a month after regulators invited interested parties to jump into a case involving a steep tariff increase for shippers on a pipeline in Alaska’s Cook Inlet, one oil producer has filed a formal challenge to the hike.
Anchorage-based Cook Inlet Energy LLC on Jan. 12 filed a petition to inter....
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