Operator shifts monitors to Anchorage
Relocation of trans-Alaska oil pipeline Operations Control Center nears completion as Alyeska Pipeline embraces more system upgrades
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With the flip of a switch early Jan. 23, controllers working in a Government Hill office officially took charge of managing the round-the-clock flow of crude and natural gas liquids through the trans-Alaska oil pipeline.
For Alyeska Pipeline Service Co., the critical milestone in relocating its Ope....
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