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Fish streams: Teamwork sustains waterways, species along TAPS
» Fish streams: Teamwork sustains waterways, species along TAPS

TAPS crosses hundreds of fish streams on its 800-mile route from the North Slope to Valdez, so there is an environmental obligation by Alyeska and the TAPS workforce to support and maintain fish migration patterns that have existed for thousands of years. Sustaining fish passage at drainage structures is a major consideration that dates back to the earliest pre-construction impact studies. » Story

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Lisa Kangas
» Lisa Kangas

The lifelong Alaskan recently shared her work around Alaska and the work of Alyeska's Environment team as guest host of Alyeska's social media channels.
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Pipeline Facts:

Thickness of the pipeline wall: .462 inches (466 miles) & .562 inches (334 miles).

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Pipeline Reliability

October 2016 Reliability Factor

Reliability Factor for Oct 2016

100%

Reliability Factor for year 2016

99.57%

There were 0 prorations during October that impacted the reliability factor.

There were 0 deferred barrels during October that impacted the reliability factor.

TAPS Throughput

October throughput: 16,299,496 BBLS*
Average: 525,790 BPD**

Year 2016: 155,763,184 BBLS*
Average: 510,699 BPD**

*BBLS (barrels) = 42 Gallons
**BPD = Barrels Per Day

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