Owners, municipalities, end litigation
Cease-fire set for trans-Alaska oil pipeline value, $8 billion established as value for line for property tax purposes through 2020
Alaska Dispatch News
The owners of the trans-Alaska pipeline and three municipalities have declared a cease-fire in the decade-long war over the pipeline systemís value, approving a settlement agreement setting its worth at $8 billion through 2020 for property tax purposes, a significant jump over the much smaller amoun....
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