trans-Alaska pipeline


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Noun1.trans-Alaska pipeline - an oil pipeline that runs 800 miles from wells at Prudhoe Bay to the port of Valdeztrans-Alaska pipeline - an oil pipeline that runs 800 miles from wells at Prudhoe Bay to the port of Valdez
AK, Alaska, Last Frontier - a state in northwestern North America; the 49th state admitted to the union; "Alaska is the largest state in the United States"
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2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) recently upheld the 2014 decision by Administrative Law Judge Carmen Cintron, which placed the responsibility of $786 million in project costs for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) back onto the pipeline owners, also referred to as carriers.
Along the way, Waldman attends Ball Corporation's Can School to learn how corrosive food is preserved, discusses the military's vulnerability to rust with Department of Defense officials, and tracks the movement of a robot that regularly travels the length of the Trans-Alaska pipeline searching for weaknesses.
The company has more than 50 years of experience serving Alaska, and specializes in key military contracts, remote locations, and important state-wide initiatives such as the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System.
The condensate will then be transported by a 22-mile pipeline to the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System.
These are just the type of dire warnings that were cranked out decades ago when the Trans-Alaska Pipeline was first proposed.
In 1975, construction began on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, which was completed two years later.
The condensate will then be transported by a 22-mi (35-km) pipeline to the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System.
Having collaborated in the preparation of the draft environmental impact statement for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, I've watch with bemused fascination the media presentation of the soap opera called Keystone XL Pipeline.
A FORMER Wales rugby player who led the construction of the trans-Alaska pipeline has died.
Kerttula said the state has been at a disadvantage in dealings on the trans-Alaska pipeline.
Chapters focus on the origins of the Trans-Alaska pipeline, the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, the Exxon Valdez spill, and the continuing tensions between conservation and resource extraction, including frequent debate over drilling on the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).

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