ALYESKA TERMINAL AIR RULES COST: $100 MILLION

Alaska's proposals to slash hydrocarbon emissions during tanker loading operations at Alyeska Pipeline Service Co.'s Valdez terminal could cost the petroleum industry more than $100 million. In addition, industry officials say, proposed emissions standards could create new environmental and safety hazards at the terminal. Meantime, Alyeska outlined summer repair and maintenance programs for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) and Valdez terminal, budgeted at about $450 million in

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