Company officials say the new pipelines will eliminate the need for tankers to ship crude across the Inlet and will enable them to close the tank farm 22 miles from Redoubt which has concerned environmental groups. The project would cost about $75 million and has the support of Cook Inlet watchdogs. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Hilcorp is looking to shut down its Drift River Terminal, which holds crude oil in tanks just below the still-active volcano Mt. Redoubt. Instead, the company will build 10 miles of new pipelines, including a subsea section across the Cook Inlet.