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Alaska Digest

...from Alyeska Pipeline Service Co., the Anchorage-based industry consortium that runs the 800-mile pipeline and Valdez tanker port. Alyeska officials objected to the council spending $25,000 of the industry's money to hire Fairbanks analyst...
Conoco Phillips to increase spending in Alaska in 2004

...Conoco owns an interest in most of the North Slope oil fields and runs Kuparuk and Alpine, the Slope's second and third most productive fields. The company also owns a large interest in the trans-Alaska oil pipeline and Valdez tanker port.
Web site calls for attacks on pipeline

...The Alaska pipeline carries more than 800,000 barrels of crude a day from the North Slope oil fields to the Valdez tanker port, about one-eighth of the U.S. production. The author notes that 300,000 gallons of crude oil spewed out...

...the sunlight, learn our lessons," Jones said. Alyeska runs the 800-mile trans-Alaska oil pipeline and the Valdez tanker port. Alyeska is owned by six major oil companies, including BP, Exxon and Phillips.
Alyeska: $80 million fiber-optic cable flawed

...Ahtna Inc. and Chugach Alaska Corp. In 1996, it entered an agreement with Alyeska to lay a fiber cable from the Valdez tanker port to the North Slope along the pipeline corridor. The cable was completed in 1998 and has undergone testing this past...
Study to look at oil, gas infrastructure

...a lengthy review and ranking of oil and gas-related risk along the 800-mile trans-Alaska oil pipeline, the Valdez tanker port, and North Slope and Cook Inlet fields. The study will not be finished until early 2010. The study was an outgrowth...
Alyeska to cut workers, spending due to flat oil production

...efficient and found it can reduce its work force while still safely running the 800-mile trans-Alaska pipeline and Valdez tanker port, said Dan Hisey, Alyeska's chief operating officer. During the next three to four months, Alyeska will decide...
Pipeline company countersues oil industry watchdog group

...of BP, ConocoPhillips, Exxon Mobil and other oil companies that runs the 800-mile trans-Alaska pipeline and Valdez tanker port. Alyeska said the council had no right under its contract to spend the industry's money to assess company profits...
Less oil may spell more problems for Alaska pipeline

...companies will decide it no longer makes sense to run the pipeline. The increased cost of piping the oil to the Valdez tanker port is just one part of their decision-making. Ultimately, the companies will determine whether the oil fields are...
Alaska Digest

...won't overhaul Valdez port ANCHORAGE - Owners of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline have decided not to overhaul the Valdez tanker port because of high costs, but will still make smaller changes to the nearly 30-year-old terminal. The changes...


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