Changing the basis for pipeline users?

Barlas, Stephen
June 1997
Underground Construction;Jun97, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p10
Trade Publication
Presents information about the report from the Department of Transportation on pipeline user fees authorized by the US Congress in the Pipeline Safety and Partnership Act of 1996. Contents of the draft of the report made by economist Marvin Fell; Three alternatives for assessing pipeline user fees.


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