Trans-Alaska oil pipeline up and running
With bypass piping in place, flow began again Jan. 17 after Jan. 8 leak caused first shutdown, followed by second to install bypass
The trans-Alaska oil pipeline began moving North Slope crude oil again the morning of Jan. 17, following the second shutdown within a week — this to install bypass piping needed to move oil around the site of the spill discovered Jan. 8.
By Jan. 18, North Slope producers were providing 525,000 barr....
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