The Federal Trade Commission has closed its nonpublic investigation of Hilcorp Alaska LLC’s proposed acquisition of Marathon Alaska LLC’s Cook Inlet, Alaska, natural gas production, storage, and pipeline assets without taking any action, and the Commission has issued a related statement.
The Commission vote to close the investigation was 5-0. The closing letters to the companies can be found on the FTC’s website and as a link to this press release. (FTC File No. 102-0113; the staff contact is Cathlin Tully, 202-326-3644.)
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