Alphabet soup in western Prudhoe Bay
BP’s summer plans to expand Z Pad also mean expansion at V Pad to support new pigging facilities and three future pipelines
The tons of gravel BP plans to bring to western Prudhoe Bay in the coming months are headed for Z Pad, but the company will also truck some of it to the nearby V Pad in order to prepare a future construction project connecting the two drill sites.
The work planned for V Pad expands the scope of a s....
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Work would add three new pipelines
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