BP to have bypass lines up in October
Oil will move from eastern side of Prudhoe to Endicott and Lisburne transit lines; 10,000 feet-plus of inspections since Aug. 6
BP expects to have bypass lines in place to move oil from the eastern side of the Prudhoe Bay field by the end of October, Maureen Johnson told the Resource Development Council Sept. 7.
Johnson, a BP Exploration Alaska Inc. senior vice president and business unit leader for Greater Prudhoe Bay, sai....
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Inspection work continues, along with bypass construction
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