Report of the Federal Trade Commission on the Petroleum Industry of Wyoming; January 3, 1921

Report of the Federal Trade Commission on the Petroleum Industry of Wyoming; January 3, 1921

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ...Wyoming oil fields shows that the Midwest Refining Co. and the Illinois Pipe Line transported all but 178,917 barrels in 1917, all but 193,589 barrels in 1918, while other-companies transported 376,755 barrels in 1919. In other words, in 1917 these two companies transported 98 per cent of all the crude petroleum marketed from Wyoming oil fields, 98.4 per cent in 1918, and 97.2 per cent in 1919. Pipe-line Transportation Rates.--Pipe-line companies are not required to operate their lines as common carriers within the State of "Wyoming. However, the Illinois Pipe Line Co. has filed tariff rates with the Interstate Commerce Commission and with the Wyoming State Board of Equalization, and it acts as a common carrier. Some of its pipe lines have been put in operation recently, and at the present time no rates have been filed. The length of the trunk line and the rate per barrel which is charged for trunk-line transportation from the different fields are shown in Table 8. Table 8.--Lenf/tli of trunk lines from different fields, the terminus and the rate, in cents per barrel, charged by the Illinois Pipe, Line Co. in Wyoming. The rates filed for lines that have been built during the last two years are higher than the rates for the older lines. For example, the rate from the Elk Basin Field to the railroad, Frannie, Wyo., a distance of 12.88 miles, is 12 cents per barrel, while the rate from - See section 8, Table 3. Mule Creek to Dakoming. a distance of 13.6 miles, is 25 cents. The line from Elk Basin to Frannie was laid in 1916, while the line from Mule Creek to Dakoming was built in 1920. THE PETROLEUM REFINING INDUSTRY. Section 10. Petroleum refineries in the Kocky Mountain region. Early Development Of The Refining Industry In more

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