ConocoPhillips backs away from North Slope upgrade

One of Alaska’s largest oil producers is canceling a major construction project on the North Slope, and is blaming the state’s new oil tax plan as the reason. ConocoPhillips says they will no longer pursue a $300 million upgrade of an oil refinery near Kuparuk.

David Shurtleff, APRN – Anchorage

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