GVEA looking to increase pipeline rates
Fairbanks electric utility operates crude oil pipeline that feeds two Interior refineries, Flint Hills is challenging the increase
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Golden Valley Electric Association is looking to increase the rates it charges to ship oil on a small pipeline in North Pole, but its main customer is challenging the request.
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska recently allowed GVEA, the electric cooperative for Interior Alaska, to temporarily incr....
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New method in 2003-04
Flint Hills challenges TIER
Capital improvement projects an issue
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