RCA wants TAPS tariff hearings in Alaska
Regulatory Commission of Alaska says parties to case broke procedure by going to FERC first, and that the existing schedule puts RCA at a disadvantage
By Eric Lidji
For Petroleum News
State regulators say they’ll hold joint hearings with their federal counterparts to discuss shipping rates on the trans-Alaska oil pipeline, but only if the hearings are held in Alaska.
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission are separately considering wh....
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In Alaska? Or in D.C.?
CPAI gets third rate increase
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