Operator to replace Kuparuk pipeline
ConocoPhillips says work also will enable line to accept smart pigs for corrosion monitoring; project expected to take two years
ConocoPhillips plans to replace more than four miles of pipe in the Kuparuk River unit early next year to allow for better corrosion monitoring.
The replacement will allow unit operator ConocoPhillips to run smart pigs and maintenance pigs through the Kuparuk Pipeline Extension. Pigs are mechanical....
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