TAPS owners respond
Say shippers falsely criticized efforts to follow FERC order to lower rates
By Rose Ragsdale
For Petroleum News
In a spate of filings Aug. 14 and 15 in response to shipper protests, owners of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline defended their proposals for lowering the line’s 2005 and 2006 interstate tariffs and their plans for tallying shipping rates in subsequent years.
The 800 mile pipeline runs from Prudhoe....
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