Cook Inlet pipeline dispute continues
Oil producer Cook Inlet Energy fights CIPLís 259 percent rate hike; two sides agree to discovery process leading to 2011 hearing
For Petroleum News
Efforts to settle a dispute over Cook Inlet Pipe Line Co.ís recent rate hike are moving to a new level.
In a joint filing on June 29 with the Regulatory Commission of Alaska, lawyers for CIPL and a small oil and gas producer, Cook Inlet Energy, said they had tried ó in accordance with an order from....
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