Upgrade work starting on pump station 4
Alyeska now beginning the third of four pump stations slated for improvements, hopes to have vibration issues under control
The Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. is getting ready to tackle the third pump station slated for revamping.
Construction crews plan to start work in May on a temporary housing camp at Pump Station 4 on the trans-Alaska oil pipeline near Atigun Pass around milepost 250 of the Dalton Highway.
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