Marathon looks to raise rates on KNPL
Built more than 40 years ago, small pipeline once supplied Agrium, now dedicated mostly to LNG; rates could jump again next year
The Marathon Oil Co. is asking state regulators to increase the shipping rates on a small Cook Inlet pipeline used to supply gas to several Nikiski-area facilities.
The 20-inch Kenai Nikiski Pipeline, or KNPL, runs 17.5 miles from the gas fields around Kenai to the pipeline hub north of Nikiski and....
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KNPL built in 1965
KNPL depends on LNG and Agrium
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