trans-Alaska pipeline

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an oil pipeline that runs 800 miles from wells at Prudhoe Bay to the port of Valdez

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Gene McGillian, an analyst and broker at Tradition Energy in Stamford, Connecticut, US, admitted: "The Alaska pipeline closure is giving the market a bit of a boost.
promotion of an Alaska pipeline, the Canadian government has been interested in developing an all-Canadian Arctic natural gas pipeline to U.
traceable to her investigative work were that of the Alaska pipeline engineer, Michael Curtis Reynolds, convicted earlier this month, and the 2004 trial of Ryan Anderson, a National Guardsman who's serving five life sentences for treason, convicted of funneling Army secrets to Al-Qaeda.
The 2001 state order obliged BP to make an accurate determination of the amount of potentially corrosion-aiding sediment that had settled in the oil transit pipelines that carry export quality crude oil from the Prudhoe Bay oilfield to the Trans Alaska Pipeline, the congressmen said.
To launch their discussions on energy issues, members of the committee toured the Alaska pipeline and the Beluga Power Plant, a natural gas-fueled plant owned by the municipality.
Torque Tension Systems (TTS), based in Bedlington, is to supply hydraulic equipment for tightening bolts on the world renowned Alaska Pipeline, which carries oil 800 miles across the US's most inhospitable terrain.
Some of the most well-known projects are the Boston Harbor Clean-Up, Cape Canaveral, Alaska pipeline, and the Seattle Seahawks Stadium.
Campbell said the Alaska Pipeline shows that wildlife can coexist with oil development.
The six were arrested over the weekend in a Midwest state while traveling in two cars, and were found to have photographs and information about a Florida nuclear reactor and the Alaska pipeline.
The United States could save considerably more oil than comes down the Alaska pipeline each day simply by instituting well-known, reliable energy-saving technologies," Steiner said.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips, BP and TransCanada, through its participation in the Alaska Pipeline Project, announced today that they are working together on the next generation of resource development in Alaska.
The volume of oil moved through the Trans Alaska Pipeline System increased in 2016, the first calendar year-over-year increase since 2002.
In exchange for continued lease control, operator Exxon and partners BP and ConocoPhillips have agreed to build a pipeline from the field to deliver 70,000 barrels per day (bpd) of liquids into the Trans Alaska Pipeline System.
Alyeska Pipeline Service Co, the operator of the Trans Alaska Pipeline, has announced that the pipeline is to be closed for a day and a half from January 14, 2011.
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